Membership Benefits

Yearly Memberships:

  • Seedling Members ($50) receive one discounted registration to TC's annual conference, annual Raft the River event, and TC-hosted workshops. 
  • Friend of the River Members ($100) receive two discounted registrations to TC's annual conference, annual Raft the River event, and TC-hosted workshops. 
  • Cottonwood Club Members ($250) receive three discounted registrations to TC's annual conference, annual Raft the River event, and TC-hosted workshops.
  • Riverside Champions ($500) receive five discounted registrations to TC's annual conference and workshops, one free registration to our annual Raft the River trip, special invitations to TC events, and recognition on our website.

Monthly Memberships:

  • $5/mth ($60/yr) Sustaining Members receive one discounted registration to TC's annual conference, annual Raft the River event, and TC-hosted workshops. 
  • $10/mth ($120/yr) Sustaining Members receive two discounted registrations to TC's annual conference, annual Raft the River event, and TC-hosted workshops. 
  • $25/mth ($300/yr) Sustaining Members receive three discounted registrations to TC's annual conference, annual Raft the River event, and TC-hosted workshops. 
  • $50/mth ($600/yr) Sustaining Members receive five discounted registrations to TC's annual conference and workshops, one free registration to our annual Raft the River trip, special invitations to TC events, and recognition on our website.
  • $100/mth ($1,200/yr) Sustaining Members receive five discounted registrations to TC's annual conference and workshops, two free registrations to our annual Raft the River trip, special invitations to TC events, and recognition on our website.
Your Gift Of:
  • $50 inspires fifty youth to be riparian land stewards through educational programs
  • $100 protects fifty cottonwood trees from beaver predation
  • $250 provides one student a scholarship to attend our annual conference 
  • $500 trains ten landowners on how to plant cottonwood and willow trees
  • $1,000 advances coordination of tamarisk removal and revegetation along one mile of river
As a member, take pride in knowing that you are making a difference.  View our 2016 Annual Report and learn about the successful river restoration programs that your contribution supports! 
 
Testimonials:
  • "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
 
 

Tamarisk Coalition's

mission is to advance the restoration of riparian lands through collaboration, education, and technical assistance.

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