Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) work with state, federal, and local partners to create publications that help local residents make smart conservation and land management choices. These resources can benefit anyone from students to farmers to land managers, and are developed with the public interest in mind.

Select a region below to see resources developed for that area.

Fire Resources

Conservation Practices Resources

Central Coast

Wildlife & Habitat Resources

Climate Resources

  • How Can We Save Our Native Trees?  Drought and Invasive Beetle Impacts on Wildland Trees and Shrublands in the Santa Monica Mountains: a report for Los Angeles County contract CP-03-44, funded by Third District Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and with the assistance of the NASA DEVELOP Program. Report & Appendices.

    RCD of the Santa Monica Mountains
Central Sierra

Forests Resources

Water Quality Resources

High Desert

Weed Management Resources

Water Quality Resources

Modoc Plateau

Water Quality Resources

North Coast

Watershed Health Resources

Forestry Resources

Sacramento Valley
We don't have any Resources for the Sacramento Valley region yet. Please check back soon, or contact us if you are looking for a conservation resource that is not currently listed.
San Joaquin Valley

Water Quality Resources

SoCal Inland

Water Conservation Resources

Habitat Restoration Resources

Southern California Baja

Climate Resilience Resources

Aerial view of a farm with a sunset
  • Carbon Farming Plan. This conservation assessment plan highlighted how carbon farming practices could significantly decrease carbon emissions and increase soil carbon, while providing multiple farm co-benefits for a 3,100-acre ranch operation.

    RCD of Greater San Diego County

Education Resources Resources

Field of yellow flowers

We are frequently adding resources to this library, so please check back often for updates. If there a specific publication that you think should be added please contact us.