The Blue Ridge-Berryessa Partnership is a collaborative among private landowners, public agencies, non-profit groups, businesses, and the general public who enjoy the region’s natural, agricultural, recreational, and historical resources.
Encompassing over 785,000 acres within the upper Putah and Cache Creek watersheds, this region is characterized by both its wild-lands and land-based economic enterprises, including working ranches, vineyards, and recreation-based businesses. It encompasses portions of Lake, Colusa, Yolo, Napa, and Solano counties and is part of the Coast Range ecological zone that extends north into Oregon.
Since 1997, with financial support from partners and outside funding sources, the Partnership has provided forums and initiated projects to:
- Foster coordination and collaboration among the partners.
- Support the partners’ efforts to conserve, sustainably manage, and use the land.
- Compile and disseminate research, general information, and educational materials to the partners and the public.
- Build a strong and lasting partnership with the structure and adequate financial capacity to support our mission.
Bringing people together to conserve and steward the upper Putah and Cache Creek watersheds.
A thriving Partnership that preserves the region’s natural and cultural heritage.