Conservation and Habitat - Habitat 2020

Preserving our Natural and Agricultural Legacy

The great Central Valley of California has been identified by the World Wildlife Fund as one of North America's most endangered eco-regions. Preserving its remaining open space and agricultural land is essential for sustaining native plants and wildlife, and ensuring a high quality of life for ourselves and future generations.


H2020-Members

Habitat 2020 is a coalition of environmental organizations collaborating on common issues in, and affecting, the Sacramento region, and acts as the Habitat Conservation Committee of ECOS - working to protect the lands and waters where our wildlife and native plants live in the Sacramento region.

Members of Habitat 2020 include the Audubon Society, California Native Plant Society, Friends of Swainson's Hawk, Save the American River Association, Save Our Sandhill Cranes, the Sierra Club, Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge Association, and the Urban Creeks Council.

ECOS is the 501c3 fiscal agent of Habitat 2020.

Sign up for ECOS ALERT system for Habitat issues.


Events

Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Tour -- Friday, April 25th at the Crest Theatre.


Contact & Donations

Contact:

Matthew Baker
Habitat Director, ECOS
P.O. Box 1526
Sacramento, CA 95812-1526
(916) 444 - 0022
habitat@ecosacramento.net

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