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The Jasper Ridge community has developed partnerships with organizations and groups near and far.  The community is composed of a diverse constituency of docents, students, researchers, volunteers and others inside the University, in nearby communities, and organizations nationally and internationally.  Below is a sampling of the many organizations the preserve often works with collaboratively.

Community, National, and International Organizations

Association of Ecosystem Research Centers (AERC)

Bay Area Open Space Council (BAOSC)

California Native Plant Society - Santa Clara Valley Chapter

Carnegie Department of Global Ecology

Eastside College Preparatory School

Ecological Society of America (ESA)

Fire Safe San Mateo County (FSSMC)

International Cooperative for the Management of Mediterranean-Climate Ecosystems (INCOMME)

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS)

Portola Valley Conservation Committee

Redwood Environmental Academy of Leadership (REAL)

Santa Cruz Mountains Stewardship Network (SCMSN)

San Mateo County Mosquito & Vector Control District

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Woodside Fire Protection District

Woodside Open Space Committee

Stanford Affiliated Organizations and Groups

Bill Lane Center for History of the West

Department of Biology

Land, Buildings, and Real Estate

Office of Science Outreach

School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences

School of Humanities and Sciences

Stanford Arts

Stanford Environmental Portal

Stanford SEEDS

Stanford Teacher Education Program