Ojai Valley Green Coalition
Ojai valley land conservancy
The Ojai Valley Land Conservancy is a community-based non-profit organization working with partners to permanently protect the open space, natural scenic beauty, wildlife, habitat, and watershed of the Ojai Valley for current and future generations.
The C.R.E.W. is an environmentally oriented nonprofit youth leadership and employment organization. Founded in 1991, the C.R.E.W provides leadership and job training, paid employment and community service opportunities to local youth aged 14 to 26, while providing the resources needed to preserve, maintain, and improve public and private wild lands as well as to protect local communities against the threat of wildfire.
The Ojai Raptor Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to the rehabilitation and release of injured, sick, and orphaned wildlife specializing in birds of prey, and to educating the community about how to be better stewards for local wildlife and our shared environment.
ojai raptor center
Founded in 1979, the LPFA is an official non-profit 501(c)(3) partner of the Los Padres National Forest. Our mission is to care for the Los Padres Forest, ensuring it thrives and remains safe and open for the people to use and enjoy.
los padres forest association
Ojai Trees is a grass-roots, non-profit, all-volunteer community forestry group who educates, trains and support citizens as they plant and care for trees and improve the neighborhood in which they live, work, learn and play by training " Neighborhood Foresters"
The mission of the Ventura Land Trust is to permanently protect the land, water, wildlife and scenic beauty of the Ventura region for current and future generations.
The ventura land trust
As a current Ojai City Council member (2016--2020), former mayor, author, and dedicated researcher, Suza Francina brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table. She understands the interconnections between water, land use, housing, school enrollment, traffic, and the reality that sound economic development must be tied to environmental sustainability.
The Ojai Library The Ojai Library is part of the Ventura County Library System, and is committed to inspiring the community to explore, discover, and connect. The library provides books, music, movies, online resources, technology, and more to users of all ages. The Ojai Library serves as a social and cultural center for its community, hosting events and classes for the public and providing local clubs and organizations with a place to meet and share ideas. Library staff are committed to working with members of the public to help both the library and the community as a whole grow and thrive
RETREET redefines disaster relief by engaging communities to replant lost trees.
OVHC also includes individual members of our community with expertise, interest, and commitment to our mission and goals
Noah Crowe, Christine Golden, Peggy LaCerra, Severo Lara, Vickie Peters, Kimberly Rivers, Bob Roper, Ray Powers, Bill Weirick