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.


Finding solutions for groundwater management in California

California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) requires over-drafted groundwater basins to achieve balance between supply and demand by the 2040s. This is a tough task for many communities, and RCDs are stepping up to be a part of the solution.

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Ensuring Thriving Trout and Salmon Populations for Future Generations

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Wildlife crossing and surrounding habitat 7/15/19

Bringing the Wildlife Crossing at Liberty Canyon to Life

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Pollinator-Friendly Urban Spaces and Working Lands

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Managing invasive weeds for ecosystem resilience

Invasive plants pose a risk to California’s ecosystems and public and private lands, and Resource Conservation Districts are working tirelessly throughout the state to manage and stop their spread.

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Conserving water for people, industry, and ecosystems

One of the greatest resource challenges for California will be the management of water for people, industry, and ecosystems. California’s RCDs are tackling this challenge with on-the-ground community led efforts.

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