Earth Day 2016 Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor


Pacific Gas and Electric Company, incorporated in California in 1905, is one of the largest combination natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. Based in San Francisco, the company is a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation.

For 12 years, PG&E has been honored to support the California State Parks Foundation as a Presenting Sponsor of the Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup. Over those years, our sponsorship has helped fund critical maintenance and improvements at state parks through grants totaling more than $1.7 million.

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Associate Sponsors

Edison International and its subsidiary, Southern California Edison (SCE), are committed to protecting our natural environment. We know that protecting and responsibly managing the natural resources entrusted to our care are vital to the environment and quality of life in the communities we serve. We also know that our customers want cleaner air and water and a healthier environment and so we are committed to being good environmental stewards. We partner and collaborate with nonprofit organizations on habitat preservation, wildlife protection and energy conservation, working toward a cleaner world for our communities and for future generations. We seek to minimize our own environmental footprint, encourage energy efficiency and support organizations that educate and engage their communities in preserving a healthy and sustainable environment.

In 2015, Edison contributed almost $2 million to support environmental programs geared toward preserving protected species and their habitats, avian protection and land conservation, restoration and protection. For more information about our support for the environment and other charitable giving priorities, visit Connect with us on social media to learn more about Edison programs in your community, on Twitter, @sce and @sce_communities, and on Facebook, at

At SUBWAY® restaurants, we have made a commitment to make our stores and operations more environmentally accountable by opening Eco Stores, making positive changes to our packaging and distribution methods, and reducing energy and water consumption, all while finding ways to create cost savings for our franchisees. With more than 44,600 restaurants in 111 countries, we know we have a responsibility – and the opportunity – to make a positive impact on the environment in the way we do business. It is something our customers expect from us, something our franchisees want us to do as a brand, and is something we are committed to doing. We are proud of the steps we have taken so far, but we know there is a lot more we need to do.

Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. We are proud that the same innovative spirit behind Oracle’s technological success also drives the creation of global corporate citizenship initiatives that benefit our communities. We are committed to using our resources to increase opportunity, protect the environment, advance education, and enrich community life. For more information about our approach to corporate citizenship, visit our website at:

Grant Providers

In-Kind Contributors

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Media Sponsors


HMB Review

The Half Moon Bay Review has been covering news and events of the San Mateo County Coastside since 1898. Our unique publications continually rank among the best in the country, and we are proud to be part of the community from Montara to Año Nuevo and Pillar Point to the redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains.

BIG 103.7 Star 101.3 iHeartMedia San Francisco

KTVU is part of FOX Television Stations, one of the nation's largest owned-and-operated network broadcast groups, comprising 28 stations in 17 markets and covering over 37% of U.S. television homes. This includes seven duopolies in the top 10 markets: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Houston; as well as duopolies in Minneapolis, Phoenix, Orlando and Charlotte.

Marin IJ
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Sonoma Index Tribune
World Journal

Founded in 1976, the World Journal is the most influential Chinese-language newspaper in North America. One of the few U.S. daily newspapers distributed on a national basis. In 1999, the World Journal established its official website to further increase the reach and breadth of its services. In 2007, the World Journal launched a digital edition, further broadening its multimedia offerings.


Auburn Journal

The Auburn Journal is the daily newspaper covering Placer County and parts of El Dorado and Nevada Counties as well. Established in 1872, The Journal has a rich history in providing quality community journalism. More information.

Folsom Telegraph


Soft Rock 98.9

Soft Rock 98.9 FM - The Central Valley’s home for your soft rock favorites- thanks you for being a steward to your community and volunteering for Earth Day 2013. Like you, Soft Rock 98.9 believes that it is important to preserve our state parks for the enjoyment of current and future generations. We are proud to be a sponsor of great events and causes such as Earth Day. On behalf of Dave Thomson and Teri Annin the morning, John Tesh, and Delilah- THANK YOU! And we invite you to listen to us online.

 Radio Campesina


Coast 101.3

Today’s best music, Coast 101.3! From Paso Robles to Lompoc, Coast 101.3 is your “At Work Station!” We have all of your favorite artists such as Taylor Swift, Matchbox 20, Maroon Five, Jason Mraz, and more! Start your weekday mornings off right with “Matt and Becky Mornings” from 6am to 10am! Coast 101.3 also has your all request lunch hour with Jennifer Grant! Andrew Jaye has you covered for your drive home from 3pm to 7pm! No matter where you go, take us along! Your favorite Central Coast radio station, Coast 101.3!

SLO Tribune

The San Luis Obispo Tribune got its start on Aug. 7, 1869. When Walter Murray introduced the newspaper, he did so to bolster his campaign for district judge. Although he lost that election, the four-page newspaper that Murray launched endured. It outlasted out-tors, several competitors, merged with others, switched from weekly publication to six days a week, from afternoon publication to morning and added a Sunday edition in 1999. Through the years, The Tribune has covered two world wars and countless other conflicts; the Great Depression and numerous other booms and busts; earthquakes, fires, floods and epidemics; and social and political upheavals. On its 140th anniversary, The Tribune is the oldest continuously operating business in the city of San Luis Obispo and one of the oldest enterprises in the county. Our mission remains the same as it has always been -- to be the county's primary source of news and information, to cover the news aggressively, fairly and accurately, to share in your joys and sorrows and, as Murray put it long ago, "to not be afraid to touch any subject of public interest." The Tribune is owned and operated by The McClatchy Company.

Santa Barbara News-Press


Chino Hills Champion
Jack FM 93.1

San Clemente Times Dana Point Times The Capistrano Dispatch

Picket Fence Media: publishes the San Clemente Times in San Clemente (circulation 20,000 every Thursday), Dana Point Times in Dana Point, Monarch Beach and Capistrano Beach (10,000 every Friday) and The Capistrano Dispatch in San Juan Capistrano and Rancho Mission Viejo (12,500 twice monthly). Through our terrific team of editors and reporters our community papers are the most well-read and respected hyper-local newspapers in South Orange County, and have become the most important and trusted source of community news, information and entertainment for more than 100,000 residents and visitors in the tri-cities area. In addition, our websites offer daily breaking news stories, events and movie listings, classified section, community message forums and many other features. Check them out at, and

California State Parks Foundation

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