In support of thriving local communities, landscapes, and economies, we work with Resource Conservation Districts, state and federal agencies, policy makers, and individuals to ensure the resilience and health of California's water, soil, wildlife habitat, and other natural resources — today and for generations to come.
Notes from the field
California resource conservation districts are awarded over $5.5 million through the Department of Water Resources' Integrated Regional Water Management Implementation...
To address hardships caused by COVID-19, resource conservation districts leverage mini-grants to fund creative projects to support their communities in difficult times. SACRAMENTO, CA, August 17, 2020 – The California Association of Resource Conservation Districts (CARCD) is pleased to announce…
There is a broad spectrum of capacity among RCDs. We are leading an unprecedented effort aimed at elevating the statewide network so that districts can collectively achieve their vision of being go-to hubs for conservation in their communities.