Business Directory

Santa Cruz Chamber Members

Welcome to the Santa Cruz Area Chamber of Commerce online Business Directory. For more than 120 years, Santa Cruz Chamber members have been committed to improving our community for everyone who works, lives, or visits Santa Cruz County.

Please use this directory to find local Santa Cruz County businesses that are members of the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce, Santa Cruz County's oldest business organization.

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ecology and preservation
 
AMBAG Energy Watch
Steve Campbell
445 Reservation Rd.
Marina, CA 93933
Phone:
831-883-3750
Fax:
831 883-3755
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Member Since: 2014

Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks
Peg Danielson
144 School Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone:
831-429-1840
Fax:
831-429-6748
Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks was founded in 1976 to support the interpretive programs of coastal state parks in Santa Cruz County. Because our quality of life depends on the quality of our local State Parks, Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks supports the preservation, knowledge, and awareness of our natural and cultural resources through funding projects and programs in cooperation with local California State Parks.
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Member Since: 2008

Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
Teresa Corwin
617 Water Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone:
831-429-6116
Fax:
831-429-1166
The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County is a non-profit organization that works in cooperation with public and private interests to protect and manage lands of significant natural resource, agricultural, cultural and open space value. In partnership with the community, the Land Trust will protect the remaining critical land and water resources that define Santa Cruz County's beauty, coastal landscape, unique biotic habitats and rich agricultural heritage through a variety of strategies. For more information visit our web site www.LandTrustSantaCruz.org.
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Member Since: 2008

Coastal Watershed Council
Greg Pepping
345 Lake Ave Suite F
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Phone:
831-464-9200
Fax:
831-464-9214
The Coastal Watershed Council (CWC), founded in 1995, is a leading organization responsible for preserving and protecting watersheds on California’s Central Coast through watershed monitoring, education and stewardship. CWC founded the San Lorenzo River Alliance in December 2013 as a public-private partnership, the goal of which is to bring positive changes to the San Lorenzo River that will result in healthier habitat, increased community access and a sense of pride for this key river. CWC invites the community to get involved today in the stewardship of local watersheds by calling (831) 464-9200 or visiting the CWC website at www.coastal-watershed.org.
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Member Since: 2014

Ecology Action of Santa Cruz
Heather Henricks
877 Cedar St., Ste.240
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone:
831 426-5925
Fax:
831 425-1404
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Member Since: 1993

Save Our Shores
Katherine O'Dea
345 Lake Avenue Suite A
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Phone:
831-462-5660
Fax:
831-462-6070
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Member Since: 2000

Romero Institute
Sarah Beasley
740 Front St, Suite 265
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone:
(831) 459-6135
Through research, investigation, and analysis the Romero Institute seeks to identify structural sources of injustice and threats to the survival of our human family. By combining strategic litigation, legal consulting, and public education we aim to disassemble these unjust structures and mobilize a new generation of leaders committed to fairness and sustainability. We embrace work that ignites new ways of thinking and seeing, work that touches the deeper knowing in people and promotes a consciousness based on cooperation and unity rather than divisiveness and conflict. Our Projects include working to create a Constitution Protection Zone in Santa Cruz, advocating for independent foster and family care programs for South Dakota's nine tribes through Lakota People's Law Project, and building the World Future Institute to explore the philosophical, political, and ethical frameworks created by differing worldviews.
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Member Since: 2016