El Rio Reyes Conservation Trust is its own 501(c)(3) non-profit entity working solely to achieve its mission to safeguard the Kings River lands for future generations. We do draw upon the support, assistance, and/or expertise of other conservation partners and like-minded entities to further our mission and goals.

 

Friends of the Kings River: a coalition of local residence and leaders formed in response to five existing and proposed gravel mines all located within the Sanger Riverbottom Area. Their mission: To promote sound planning and responsible growth in the Kings River Region.

 

Friends of Jesse Morrow Mountain: a local non-profit formed to prevent mining on Jesse Morrow Mountain. They are dedicated to protecting the cultural, historical, biological, water and visual significance of this gateway to the National Parks and Monuments.

 

Links to other partners in conservation:

 

American Farmland Trust

California Department of Fish and Game Region 4, Fresno

California Native Plant Society
E-Mail Warren Shaw / California Native Plant Society Sequoia Chapter Fresno

California Rangeland Trust 

City of Reedley

Great Valley Center

Kings River Conservancy

Kings River Conservation District

National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program
(RTCA) - Regional - National

Sequoia Riverlands Trust

San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust

Sierra Foothill Conservancy

Trust for Public Land

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(c) El Rio Reyes Conservation Trust 2017