We protect the Carmel River through outreach, advocacy, and education.


The Carmel River is an important habitat for threatened species like the steelhead and California red-legged frog. We aim to restore and preserve the biodiversity of the river through education and advocacy.


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Thank you for your support Secretary John Laird!

In August 2018, John Laird, Secretary for the California Natural Resources Agency, wrote a letter of support to Lorin Letendre, our Executive Director, for the work Carmel River Watershed Conservancy does to protect the wildlife of California. 


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Find out about our most recent projects in  our updated 2018 Active Projects Report. 

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