COVID-19 Can’t Stop California’s Monarch Butterfly Conservation Efforts

6/2/20

Responding to a drastic decline in the population of western monarchs, California’s resource conservation districts work with land managers and communities to protect and enhance habitat for monarchs. SACRAMENTO, CA, May 12, 2020 – The California Association of Resource Conservation…

Partner Spotlight: California Natural Resources Agency

2/14/20

The reach and impact of the California Natural Resources Agency on conservation spans 25 entities—it includes the Department of Conservation, the Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, the California Conservation Corps, Department of Parks…

Conservation Is a Priority in Governor Newsom’s 2020-21 Proposed Budget

1/15/20

This summary was written in collaboration with the legislative consultants at Pacific Policy Group. Governor Gavin Newsom released the Governor’s Proposed 2020-2021 Budget Summary on Friday, January 10. The proposed budget includes funding for climate smart agriculture, forest health and…

Celebrating Excellence with the 2019 CARCD Awards

12/17/19

Congratulations to this year’s award winners at the California Association of Resource Conservation District’s 74th Annual Conference! We are proud to celebrate the individuals and teams that demonstrate excellence, dedication, and hard work. Thank you for your notable contributions to…

New White Paper on Shifting the Regulatory Paradigm

Kellyx Nelson, Executive Director of the San Mateo Resource Conservation District, has co-authored a white paper called Shifting the Regulatory Paradigm Toward Bold Immediate Action for a Resilient California. This paper was prepared under the auspices of the California Landscape Stewardship Network to help…