Partnerships & Training

We are lucky and grateful for the resources and support that these organizations and their trainings continue to offer Walker Creek Ranch. 

Cattle at Sunrise

The Marin Agricultural Land Trust, known as MALT, formed in 1980 with the vision of Ellen Straus and Phylis Faber. Today, MALT has protected over 54,000 acres of open space.


Students study life cycle of salmon

Cal trout


California Trout is a nonprofit that protects the habitat where fish, people, and water come together.  Their staff visit Walker Creek often, to teach staff about the salmon and trout in our watershed. 

Two students at Turtle Pond

Youth Outside works towards a day when all youth have equitable access to open space. They also provide trainings for organizations who work with youth, as one of their many resources. 

Youth outside

Fall leaf with sunlight



Courageous Conversations is determined to achieve racial equity in education. Since 1992, they have provided powerful training's for schools across America.

Student writing in journal at Turtle Pon

The Beetles Project is based out of the Berkeley Lawrence Hall of Science, and they provide lesson plans, staff training and science-based curriculum for environmental educators.