There are lots of opportunities for the community to learn about our watersheds, how they work, and tips for taking care of our watersheds’ health. Watershed experts are available to engage and inspire all types of audiences, including school groups, beginning and advanced nature-lovers, home gardeners, farmers and ranchers, and those that want to make a positive impact.
Below is a list of just some of the ways to increase your watershed IQ:
Students and Teachers
Gardening and Land Stewardship
UC Master Gardeners of Napa: Extend research based knowledge on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to the residents of California
Napa City Water Conservation: A collection of drought survival guides for plants and lists of residential programs, commercial programs, water saving devices, public events and school education.
UC Cooperative Extension: Serve Napa County residents through the creation, development and extension of knowledge in agriculture, natural resources, youth development, and family and consumer sciences.
- Napa Valley Grape Growers: Continuing education for growers.
- Napa County Farm Bureau: Offers Continuing education for growers as well as their Annual water workshop.
- Water Access Map: A map of recreation areas and public river access provided by the Napa County Resource Conservation District.
- Napa County Regional Park & Open Space District: Provides information on River and Lake access.
- Lake Berryessa: Information about Lake Berryessa and where you can access it.
- Bay Area Water Trail Map: A map of the Bay Area Water Trail including two of Napa’s water access points.