Thanks to investments from individuals like you, we have restored thousands of riverside acres impacted by invasive plants and continue to provide river restoration professionals and watershed groups with the knowledge, resources, funding and capacity to keep moving forward.

Will you join the TC in our efforts to restore rivers for the betterment of our local economies, recreational opportunities, and our natural heritage for future generations?  Click below and join the river restoration community!

As a member, take pride in knowing that you have made a difference.  View our 2015 Annual Report and learn about the successful river restoration programs that your contribution will support!  *Please note:  We do not accept American Express cards 

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Your Gift Of:

  • $50 provides one student a scholarship to attend our annual conference
  • $100 protects fifty cottonwood trees from beaver predation
  • $250 trains ten landowners on how to plant cottonwood and willow trees
  • $500 inspires fifty youth to be riparian land stewards through educational programs
  • $1,000 advances coordination of tamarisk removal and revegetation along one mile of river

    You Will Help Tamarisk Coalition:

    • Raise awareness on riparian (riverside habitat) restoration issues
    • Promote the value and stewardship of our rivers
    • Provide both youth and adult riparian restoration education opportunities
    • Serve river restoration practitioners throughout the southwestern U.S.

    What are people saying about the Tamarisk Coalition?

    "At the time when our working relationship began with the Tamarisk Coalition, we were an affiliate of another nonprofit with no staff and annual revenues near $60,000.  Today, we are a nonprofit corporation with five paid staff members and annual revenues near $950,000.  We would not be where we are today without the assistance of the Tamarisk Coalition."

    -Chip Norton, President, Friends of Verde River Greenway

    "I support the Tamarisk Coalition because they have a positive impact on our rivers – for example enhancing the riparian lands adjacent to the Dolores for wildlife and humans. I know that investing in conservation is the only way we can help keep our rivers beautiful, prosperous and healthy. I’m proud to join the Tamarisk Coalition in their work to restore the lands and waters we love and I urge you to do so too."

    -Tamarisk Coalition Board Member

    "By partnering with the Tamarisk Coalition, the Town of Palisade has been able to develop a significant riparian restoration project that we otherwise could not have afforded to do. The Coalition’s devotion of time, energy and resources gave the Town a great opportunity to restore and reclaim a valuable community asset."

    -Frank Watt, Town of Palisade, Colorado


    "Over the years, the staff experts at the Tamarisk Coalition have provided us with invaluable information to help us fight the spread of saltcedar. We rely on their friendly and knowledgeable staff to provide guidance to run an efficient and effective saltcedar control program here in the Owens Valley. The Coalition is an exceptionally valuable resource for us."

    Larry Freilich, Inyo County Water Department, California

    "The Tamarisk Coalition is a very effective organization. As a consultant working in the natural resource field, my opinion is that they are top notch! Their staff is extremely caring and competent, and they work well with scores and scores of non-profits, businesses, governments and other stakeholders. Specifically, their work with the Dolores River Restoration Partnership is notable and is helping to restore an entire river corridor to a more natural, healthy status." 

    - Marsha Porter-Norton, Private Consultant for the Dolores River Restoration Partnership