At every scale from local to statewide, Resource Conservation Districts provide voluntary solutions and hands-on support for meeting our communities’ most pressing natural resource needs and challenges. Read about our on-the-ground projects and impact here.

Man in high visibility vest in forest looks up at trees 4/29/20

National grant funds wildfire mitigation and soil health through California Resource Conservation Districts

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Cover crop in vineyard 3/31/20

Senate Bill 1028 would fund conservation practices and technical assistance in California

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Managing stormwater for cleaner watersheds and safer communities

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Building climate resilience and energy independence with biochar

An important part of keeping California forests fire resilient is managing and removing highly flammable dead trees and other hazardous fuels. Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) are finding a way to turn the tricky problem of disposing of huge amounts of dried wood into an energy and climate solution for their local communities.

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Increasing Pace and Scale for Conservation at the 74th Annual CARCD Conference

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