Smith River Alliance works with local communities, conservation groups and government agencies to protect the spectacular forests, rivers and wildlife of the greater Smith River ecosystem in Northern California. Encompassing ancient redwood forests, crystal clear waterways and beautiful beaches, we’ve worked for 30 years to safeguard the natural treasures of the Smith River Watershed. Visit our social media pages:
Working to safeguard the Smith River watershed using advocacy, education and acquisition of key inholdings. [Learn More]
Fish monitoring plays an important role in our efforts to protect and restore the Smith watershed. [Learn More]
Listen to a fantastic interview on KMUD radio in which Tom Wheeler, Executive Director of EPIC, interviewed the Executive Director of the Smith River Alliance. Grant gives a brief account of what the SRA is, how it came to be and some of the accomplishments of the SRA...
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced a grant award to the Smith River Collaborative to implement critically important watershed infrastructure improvements for nearly 30 miles of streams, and associated roads and trails in the Smith River...
Exciting news for the Buck Creek watershed and beyond! The Northwest California Wilderness, Recreation and Working Forests Act - legislation to safeguard treasured NW CA’s #MountainsAndRivers - just passed a key U.S. House committee today. Thank you, @RepHuffman!...