Since 1977, EPIC has worked with community groups to support conservation and restoration of lands in northern California. Long standing, close relationships with the Californians for Alternatives to Toxins, the Friends of the Eel River, Bay Area Coalition for the Headwaters, the Trees Foundation and many other Humboldt County-based organizations have enabled the defeat of many of the most egregious practices seen in our region.
In more recent years, EPIC staff has developed a group of tight knit allies to effectively protect old growth and threatened habitat within four National Forests, as well as fish and rivers throughout the region. The more contemporary era of EPIC now includes connected work on nearly every issue.
This network includes: Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center, Klamath Forest Alliance, Humboldt Baykeeper, Salmon River Restoration Council, Northcoast Environmental Center, Oregon Wild, Friends of Del Norte, Klamath Riverkeeper, Center for Biological Diversity, California Native Plants Society, California chapter of the Sierra Club, Intertribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council, Humboldt Watersheds Council, Humboldt Fish and Klamath Environmental Law Center.