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Conservation Action Fund for Education Educating and Organizing for Sustainable Living
CAFE, 540 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404   ~~  Tax I.D.# 74-3166298

Welcome to CAFE 

To honor the memory of Pat Wiggins, CAFE has established the Pat Wiggins Fund for Smart Growth and Open Space. CLICK HERE to make a donation to this fund, and be sure to designate the Fund by name when you make your donation.
(Donations to CAFE are tax-deductible)
CAFE is a non-profit {501(c)3} education, advocacy and research organization serving the North Coast region of California. Our primary mission is to educate, engage and empower the public regarding sustainability and the environment.

New: Watershed Protection Program

Massive amounts of toxics were released across the watersheds of more 600 streams by the wildfires that ravaged northern California in October of 2017.  The onset of the rainy season immediately following the fires will produce runoffs that will cause widespread contamination of these streams unless rapid and effective actions are taken throughout the region.  With decades of experience in grassroots organization and coordination with multiple agencies and other non-profits in Sonoma County, SCCA and CAFE will take a leadership role, along with several other partnering organizations, in implementing a variety of strategies to protect these at-risk watersheds.
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Conservation Action Fund for Education Educating and Organizing for Sustainable Living
CAFE, 540 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404   Tax I.D.# 74-3166298

Welcome to CAFE

CAFE is a non-profit {501(c)3} education, advocacy and research organization serving the North Coast region of California. Our primary mission is to educate, engage and empower the public regarding sustainability and the environment.
To honor the memory of Pat Wiggins, CAFE has established the Pat Wiggins Fund for Smart Growth and Open Space. CLICK HERE to make a donation to this fund, and be sure to designate the Fund by name when you make your donation.
(Donations to CAFE are tax-deductible)
To become a CAFE Sustainer, CLICK HERE.

New: Watershed Protection Program

Massive amounts of toxics were released across the watersheds of more 600 streams by the wildfires that ravaged northern California in October of 2017.  The onset of the rainy season immediately following the fires will produce runoffs that will cause widespread contamination of these streams unless rapid and effective actions are taken throughout the region.  With decades of experience in grassroots organization and coordination with multiple agencies and other non-profits in Sonoma County, SCCA and CAFE will take a leadership role, along with several other partnering organizations, in implementing a variety of strategies to protect these at-risk watersheds.
DONATE DONATE

Watch here for upcoming events

Conservation Action Fund for Education Educating and Organizing for Sustainable Living
CAFE, 540 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404   Tax I.D.# 74-3166298

Welcome to CAFE

CAFE is a non-profit {501(c)3} education, advocacy and research organization serving the North Coast region of California. Our primary mission is to educate, engage and empower the public regarding sustainability and the environment.
To honor the memory of Pat Wiggins, CAFE has established the Pat Wiggins Fund for Smart Growth and Open Space. To make a donation to this fund, and be sure to designate the Fund by name when you make your donation.
CLICK HERE CLICK HERE
(Donations to CAFE are tax-deductible)
To become a CAFE Sustainer
CLICK HERE CLICK HERE
 DONATE DONATE

New: Watershed Protection

Program

Massive amounts of toxics were released across the watersheds of more 600 streams by the wildfires that ravaged northern California in October of 2017.  The onset of the rainy season immediately following the fires will produce runoffs that will cause widespread contamination of these streams unless rapid and effective actions are taken throughout the region.  With decades of experience in grassroots organization and coordination with multiple agencies and other non-profits in Sonoma County, SCCA and CAFE will take a leadership role, along with several other partnering organizations, in implementing a variety of strategies to protect these at-risk watersheds.
CLICK HERE CLICK HERE
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS NEW PROGRAM

Watch here for upcoming events