River Partners' mission is to create wildlife habitat for the benefit of people and the environment.


Wildlife Success Stories
in the San Joaquin River NWR

The Yellow Warbler is a listed California Species of Concern, with a population declining since 1944. The San Joaquin River NWR is now considered the core of the recovering yellow warbler population in the San Joaquin Valley. Read more.

Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve restoration coverage

River Partners got nice coverage of its restoration project near Chula Vista. Read the article here.

December 2013 Issue of The Journal

You can download the PDF here. You can view all back issues here.

Field Managers Needed!

We are now accepting applications for a field manager in Modesto and Fresno.

Summer Interns Needed!

We will be accepting applications for Chico interns until April 5, 2014, and Modesto interns April 12, 2014.

Record of Decision Released for Llano seco Riparian Sanctuary Unit Restoration

Download the 13 MB PDF Record of Decision here. There's more about the project here.

Chula Vista Field Manager Job opening

The job opening is posted here.

RFP Posted

The RFP for the Floodplain Hydraulic Modeling, Riverbottom Park and Schneider Property Habitat Restoration Project is online.

We’re an approved 1% partner!

1% member businesses on every continent give at least 1% of their top-line sales to charities like ours. If you're a business, please consider supporting us, and make giving back a part of the way you do business. More information is on the 1% website.

500-Acre Hidden Valley Ranch property acquired

The acquisition of Hidden Valley Ranch will allow River Partners to restore a key stretch of floodplain and improve flood protection in the region, including for the City of Stockton. Read the press release.