Putah Creek Council is composed of dedicated volunteers, nature enthusiasts, creek lovers, and scientists who work together for the good of the creek. Everyday, dedicated staff and an ambitious Board of Directors serve as advocates, teachers, cultivators, and restorationists of Putah Creek!
Mission, Vision, Values
Putah Creek Council protects and enhances Putah Creek, its watershed, and tributaries through advocacy, education and community-based stewardship.
Our staff loves Putah Creek! Do you have a question, comment, or concern about Putah Creek? Reach out! We’d love to hear from you!
Board of Directors
PCC Board Members come from diverse backgrounds in agriculture, environmental consulting, teaching, wildlife biology, law, and more! Every member is driven by a common passion for Putah Creek.
About the Putah Creek Watershed
Putah Creek spans for approximately 70 miles of scenic terrain all the way from the Cobb Mountains to the Yolo Bypass. Along the way, Putah Creek’s water touches a myriad of people, places, plants, and purposes.
Putah Creek Accord
A foundational document that established protections for Putah Creek, the Putah Creek Accord is as important today as it was in 2000 when it was first passed.