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Rivers for Change is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible. EIN #37-1654861
Your generous contributions help Rivers for Change fund their programs in Community Conservation, Coalition Building, and River Health Analysis.

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If you prefer to pay by check, they can be mailed to: Rivers for Change, PO Box 1103 Bolinas, CA 94924

Learn about your Watershed

Knowing where your water comes from and where it goes is an important step to getting involved with protecting and revitalizing your local watershed. In many cases you’ll find out that your water is not very local at all! Part of the goal of Rivers for Change is to understand the interconnectedness of our waterways and our interdependence on one another for its sustainability. What’s upstream of your water source, and what’s downstream?

CA has one of the most extensive water projects, in fact we use 20%of our total energy just to transport and treat water. Find out Where water in CA comes from here!

Find out about your Water Footprint

Find out what your H2O Footprint is.

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50 Things to do to Save a River

Friends of the River has put together a great list of things you can do everyday to make a difference. It may not sound like much but simple things like turning off the faucet when you brush you teeth and running full loads in the dishwasher or laundry add up. What can you do?

Take Action

Find out the latest legislation for CA that you can help influence by signing a petition or sending a simple email.

Learn about what’s happening in CA

American Rivers has a great insight into the issues facing our rivers. Find out more about some of the threats CA watersheds are facing, and what’s being done to ensure a healthy ecosystem.