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RCDs Awarded Over $1.1 Million to Address Forest Health in California

For Immediate Release Press Contact: Karen Buhr, California Association of Resource Conservation Districts Phone: (916) 524-2100 Email: Karen-Buhr@carcd.org [Sacramento, CA] – California’s watersheds provide clean water, wildlife and fisheries habitat, natural beauty, and abundant natural resources that support many aspects…

Get to Know the RCD of Tehama County

The RCD of Tehama County The Resource Conservation District of Tehama County (RCDTC) is passionate about water conservation. The district, located at the north-most part of the Sacramento Valley, is mainly forest and agricultural land, with the Sacramento River running…

Partner Spotlight: California Department of Food and Agriculture

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has been an essential partner and supporter of the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts (CARCD) and Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs). CDFA is a key funder and regulator for many conservation-in-agriculture programs.…

What were RCDs up to in March?

RCD of Monterey County Spanish-Language Guide and Presentation On March 6, RCD of Monterey County Ag Water Management Specialist presented at the 21st Annual Monterey Bay Region Ag Expo and Seminar. Shaun’s presentation was called “Erosión En Su Granja” or…

74th CARCD Conference Call for Abstracts

CARCD is soliciting abstract proposals for the 74th Annual CARCD Conference taking place in Redding, CA at the Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge from November 12-15, 2019. Proposals are due May 3.

RCD Spotlight: Alameda County RCD

Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) are often referred to as “the best kept secret” in conservation. Though said as a compliment, this highlights one of the biggest issues for RCDs: a lack of visibility, which contributes to lost opportunities for partnerships…

Partner Spotlight: Pacific Policy Group

Pacific Policy Group, LLC (PPG) is a Sacramento based lobbying and consulting firm aimed at bettering California’s environment through focused policy and funding strategies that meet the needs of their clients. PPG’s expertise is in climate change, natural resources and…

Announcing the new Madera Chowchilla RCD

Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) in California’s Central Valley are an asset for addressing the unique landscape-scale resource challenges of the region—including wildlife habitat, water scarcity, and agricultural viability—and there is a new (consolidated) RCD in town. The Chowchilla Red-Top RCD…