Bay Area watersheds need a helping hand—yours

We all live in a watershed. At home, at work or at your child’s school, chances are that water is trickling and gushing underfoot, flowing into the San Francisco Bay.

Our watersheds connect us to each other and to the entire Bay Area. Everything we do—from mountaintop to marsh—affects our water and wildlife, our air and soil quality, our families and communities.

But our ties to local water resources have unraveled. Birds and fish have fled in the face of urban and industrial development. Shorelines sprout trash instead of grasses.

Join The Watershed Project in restoring the natural wonder of the San Francisco Bay—one creek, marsh and watershed at a time.



Special opportunity for San Francisco Educators!

Free Workshop: "Watershed Teaching Tools," for anyone working with students in San Francisco -- teachers, aides, after school staff, garden coordinators, youth group leaders, and parent volunteers.
The entire surface water flow of the Alapaha River in Florida going into a sinkhole leading to the Florida Aquifer groundwater

Water Seldom Seen

What is groundwater anyway and why are people talking about it? Basically, groundwater is fresh water stored underground.
When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it is attached to the rest of the world.”
John Muir