Salmonid Restoration Federation

Equity and Inclusion Resources for Scientists and Organizations

Please email if you have any questions or suggestions for other resources to be listed here.
SRF urges our constituency to join us in educating ourselves on systemic racism and the ways that it manifests in higher education and the sciences. We have curated this list of anti-racism resources that specifically address racism in the environmental sciences, and will continue to add to it.


Color of Water Hub - Elevating Indigenous, Black, Latinx, and other voices of color to change the narrative around water.

Environmental & Climate Justice - NAACP

Environmental Justice & Environmental Racism - Greenaction

Intersectional Environmentalism Platform - Is a climate justice collective radically imagining a more equitable + diverse future of environmentalism.

List of nonprofits fighting for social and environmental justice - 1% for the Planet 

Public Health Resources for Understanding Environmental Racism

Salmon Nation - Highlighting the diversity of people and places that support salmonids

The Water Hub - The Water Hub is a pro bono communications program of Climate Nexus that uses story-based strategies to advance water justice and resilience.
40 Acre League - The 40 Acre Conservation League is a Black-led nonprofit, land conservancy formed with the goal of fostering greater human connections to nature to increase community support for its protection.

Guides, Presentations, and Trainings:

October 23, 2020: SRF hosted a panel of presentations on diversity, equity, and inclusion in restoration and conservation. 


Salmon and Acorns Feed Our People: Colonialism, Nature, and Social Action by Kari Marie Norgaard

Decolonizing Science Reading List by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein