SRF has an office based in Eureka in Northern California; however, our conferences and programs are statewide.
Frequently Asked Questions
SRF is a membership-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our federal tax ID number is 68-0187121.
Every year, SRF sets up an educational booth at community events throughout Northern California including the Kate Wolf Music Festival in Laytonville, the North Country Fair in Arcata, and the Summer Arts and Music Festival near Garberville. We are always looking for new events to table at (including events outside of the North Coast). If you know of an event that you think might be a good fit, please let us know!
SRF works to provide many year-round opportunities for engagement and interaction with salmonid restoration recovery and restoration efforts in California. Subscribe to our monthly eNewsletter for a reliable source of information and announcements about our upcoming events and conferences.
For the annual conference, the First Call for Abstracts is posted in August and the annual deadline for submission is in late October. SRF always announces calls for abstracts well in advance of an event. To receive announcements from SRF, sign up for our monthly eNewsletter.
You can visit our Restoration Job Board for current positions open around California related to fisheries and natural resources.
Many jobs in this field now require a degree beyond high school. SRF staff is working to compile a list of resources to help with your higher education search and job application process.
SRF's Restoration Webinar Series is free and open to the public.
If you are interested in volunteering with SRF for one of our events, please email email@example.com