With the continuous support from our partners we are able to care for the creek and educate those who enjoy its beauty.
BioBlitz.club organizes BioBlitzes to explore local parks through public nature events. A BioBlitz is an event where a group of people document as many species as possible in a specific time frame.
The City of San José has provided many types of support, including grants, trash collection, supplies, and event staff for Kelley Park Sunset Walks. As a close partner, we continue to work on restoring the Coyote Creek watershed.
Green Foothills protect the open spaces, farmlands, and natural resources of San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties for the benefit of all through advocacy, education, and grassroots action. We collaborate on action projects related to land use projects.
The university’s students and faculty have been very involved in many academic projects related to Coyote Creek, including art, climate change, journalism, performance art, social equity, and more. Students have directly applied their classroom learning to a real-world project.
The Sierra Club-Loma Prieta Chapter has advocated for a healthy environmental for all, and has a focus on water. Through our partnership, the Sierra Club has helped support cleanups, participated in many events, and continues to offer expertise in advocating for a healthy watershed.
South Bay Clean Creeks Coalition works on the South Bay watersheds, especially Los Gatos Creek and Guadalupe River through community action as cleanups, education, and science.