What You Can Do

Volunteer

Volunteering with Russian Riverkeeper will connect you with a community of people who care deeply about the environment of Sonoma County. Join our expanding volunteer group, have fun, learn new and exciting things, and take your Russian River stewardship to the highest level! More info…

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Make A Difference

Conserve Water!
There are many things a homeowner can do to conserve water.  Learn more…
Students from the Vermont Green Mountain School District sent us this great link on the importance of water conservation!
Everything from conserving water, fixing leaks, using less electricity, landscaping with native plants, creating rain gardens, to keeping trash and pollutants out of the gutter – there are many ways you can help to protect our watershed and make a difference! More info…

Donate

Russian Riverkeeper relies on donations to continue our important work. We could not continue without the support of the Russian River community. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your donation is 100% tax deductible. To donate…

Dry Farm

Many vineyards are returning to the practice of dry farming, not only to conserve water but because it makes better wine. All grapes were dry farmed locally until the 1960’s.
Learn more…