Who We Are

The TBWC includes representatives from local, state and federal agencies, environmental organizations, citizen and residential groups, agricultural and shellfish industries, recreational interests and individual stakeholders.

TBWC has received recognition for its effective consensus based strategy. In 2001 the Joint Task Force on California Watershed Management chose TBWC as an Exemplary Watershed Protection Project. TBWC received the Marin Conservation League’s Marin Green Award for  Environmental Leadership in 2006.

TBWC continues to be a highly effective roundtable for collaboration on diverse issues, projects and opportunities, in addition to providing data analysis and dissemination of information regarding the watershed and its condition.

Learn more about our members or our staff by exploring the list and links below.

The Tomales Bay Watershed Council Foundation (a 501(c)3 non-profit) facilitates funding of Council (& Partner) priorities, learn more about the Foundation here.

Council Members

Blue Waters Kayaking

Bodega Marine Lab

California Department of Fish and Wildlife

California Department of Public Health

California State Parks


Cypress Grove Preserve, Audubon Canyon Ranch

East Shore Planning Group

Environmental Action Committee of West Marin

Golden Gate Trout Unlimited

Gulf of Farallones National Marine Sanctuary

Hog Island Oyster Company

Inverness Association

Inverness Public Utility District

Inverness Yacht Club

Local community members

Marin Agricultural Land Trust

Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program

Marin County District Supervisor, Dennis Rodoni

Marin Municipal Water District

Marin Resource Conservation District

Miller Creek Ranch

North Marin Water District

Point Blue Conservation Science

Point Reyes National Seashore

Regional Water Quality Control Board

Salmon Protection and Watershed Network

Save Our Seashore

Tomales Bay Association

University of California, Cooperative Extension