BAY NATURE INSTITUTE - www.baynature.org
To connect Bay Area residents with the surrounding natural world,
and to encourage them to become involved in efforts to better understand,
protect, and restore the environment of this unique and beautiful region.




FRIENDS OF THE ELEPHANT SEAL - www.elephantseal.org
Friends of the Elephant Seal is dedicated to educating people about
elephant seals and other marine life and to teaching stewardship for the
ocean off this special place, the central coast of California.

                             See them live!!   


LINDSAY WILDLIFE MUSEUM - www.wildlife-museum.org
Connecting people with wildlife to inspire responsibility and respect for
the world we share. As part of their goal, the organization works towards
reducing its own impact on the environment.


SAVE MOUNT DIABLO - www.savemountdiablo.org
Save Mount Diablo works to preserve, defend and restore the land on and
around Mount Diablo to ensure healthy ecosystems and continued access for
people and wildlife to enjoy. Mount Diablo and its foothills are the most
significant natural landscape in our region.


SAVE THE BAY - www.savesfbay.org
Save The Bay is the largest regional organization working to protect
and restore San Francisco Bay. Formed in 1961, Save The Bay is celebrating

50 years as the Bay’s leading champion, protecting our natural treasure 
from pollution and inappropriate shoreline development; restoring habitat; and
securing strong policies to re-establish 100,000 acres of wetlands that are essential
for a healthy Bay.

Environmental Partners

With over 400,000 acres of natural landscape and a wide variety of plant and animal species, the San Francisco Bay Area is one of the nation’s six hotspots for biological diversity, according to the Center for Biological Diversity. We at Conflo recognize the need to balance the inevitable need for development with protection of our local wildlife and fisheries habitats.  To this end, we support the following local non-profit programs that assist with the preservation of our local natural resources. We hope that you will take a moment to explore these wonderful organizations and consider offering your support as well.