Organizations We Work With

Below is a list of the organizations we partner with! If you are interested in contacting us for a potential partnership, please reach out to our VP of service, Vicky Fong, by emailing epsilonetaberkeley@gmail.com

The Watershed Project

“The Watershed Project is committed to inspiring Bay Area communities to understand, appreciate and protect local watersheds. We are working to restore and preserve the unique ecosystems that make up the San Francisco Bay. We bring a watershed perspective to the urban environment, promoting green design, and supporting natural cycles.
We engage students, teachers and volunteers in creek beds and on the shorelines, giving them the tools to create and care for healthy watersheds. We reach out to support grassroots watershed organizations and nurture young people to aspire to environmental careers defending precious natural resources.” – from thewatershedproject.org 

Friends of Sausal Creek

Friends of Sausal Creek is a volunteer-based, nonprofit, community organization dedicated to promoting awareness, appreciation, and stewardship of Oakland’s Sausal Creek Watershed, which drains to San Francisco Bay.
Friends of Sausal Creek works to restore, maintain, and protect the Sausal Creek Watershed. We educate future generations, involve the community in local environmental stewardship, and collaborate with agencies and other nonprofits to have a positive impact on the local ecosystem. From sausalcreek.org 

EarthTeam

EarthTeam programs empower youth to become lifelong environmental stewards. Students implement action projects that provide active learning about environmental science. They engage in peer-to-peer education activities, sharing their school-based service-learning projects with other students. EarthTeam’s leadership opportunities promote pathways to college and environmental science and technology careers. taken from 

Gill Tract Community Farm

We want the UC Gill Tract Community Farm to serve as a model for what can be accomplished through collaborative and community-based research and extension within five to ten years: a unique, innovative partnership receiving attention and support from the public, academia, and policy makers.
We envision: Developing and testing models for shared governance and co-stewardship that increase community resilience; Developing and transmitting knowledge of how to grow and prepare healthy food, and increase the public’s consumption of locally-grown healthy food;
Developing and testing models of equitable and affordable distribution of healthy food to all people based on principles of sharing and solidarity economies;
Building collaboration with local food justice groups who are doing similar work, and providing forums and opportunities for popular education. From ucgilltractfarm.wixsite.com

Center for Biological Diversity

At the Center for Biological Diversity, we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature — to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. We do so through science, law and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive. From biological diversity.org

Herbicide Free Cal

We are a group of students passionate about making Cal an herbicide-free campus. Memorial Glade and Faculty Glade will officially be going herbicide-free, and we are working with groundskeepers on applying alternative solutions to spraying. From the Herbicide Free Cal Facebook page.