With innovation and new technologies, we can calculate the ecological outcomes of restoration projects, allowing smarter restoration to happen faster.
Research & Technology
As the nation’s first water trust, we work collaboratively with landowners to keep more water in our rivers and streams.
Whether planting trees to cool streams, reintroducing river meanders, or creating log jams, we apply strategic solutions to improve water quality and restore critical habitat.
When a regulated entity needs a compliance solution, we can help. We offer natural infrastructure solutions that benefit the environment, while saving ratepayers money.
Jason Saulan landed in Eagle Point, Oregon three years ago. General Manager of
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Sacramento, CA — The Freshwater Trust (TFT), a freshwater conservation and restoration nonprofit,
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How does California use its water? Not long ago this question wasn’t being
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Fixing rivers on a timeline that matters requires strategic action, bold outcomes and an economy that’s aligned with the environment. Your gift will go directly to helping The Freshwater Trust change the course of conservation.