Serpentine Prairie Preserve, Oakland, one of our cherished project sites.

A community of flora and fauna (people and organizations) make Golden Hour Restoration Institute a viable organization. Our relevance, impact and efficacy as an organization emerges from both strong, deep partnerships with the environmental community. We are always looking for new connections that can utilize our strengths in order to steward and restore our invaluable ecosystems. Below is an incomplete list of groups who support and collaborate with our organization. Thank you all.

If we haven’t met yet, and you’d like to help sponsor some of our workshops or initiatives, please contact us.

  • East Bay Regional Park District
  • Midpennisula Regional Open Space District
  • San Francisco Recreation and Parks: Natural Areas Program
  • Garber Park Stewards
  • California Native Plant Society – East Bay Chapter and State Office
  • California Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • United States Fish and Wildlife Service: Partners in Conservation
  • The University of California, Berkeley: University and Jepson Herbaria
  • Golden Gate Audubon Society
  • Claremont Canyon Conservancy
  • American Rivers
  • Friends of Sausal Creek
  • Friends of Springtown Preserve
  • Citizens for a Sustainable Point Molate
  • California Native Grasslands Association
  • Dominican University
  • Restoration Design Group
  • Creekside Center for Earth Observation
  • City of Oakland
  • San Mateo County Parks Department
  • Bay Nature Institute
  • Bay Area Open Space Council
  • Mount Diablo Interpretative Association
  • Bingham McCutchen
  • Hanson-Bridgett