What were RCDs up to in February?

California is home to 95 unique Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) operating in ten regions throughout the state. RCDs are California’s boots-on-the-ground, providing everything from technical assistance, to design and installation of conservation projects, to community education — and more. Each…

Get to Know Yolo County RCD

Travelers on the I-80 Causeway between Davis and Sacramento are able to rest their eyes on a beautiful stretch of managed wetlands and wildlife-friendly farming making up the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area (YBWA), which is owned and operated by the…

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

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…

Funding for Monarch Conservation in California

To help address the steep decline of the monarch population in California, the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts (CARCD) has been awarded funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to build technical expertise for monarch conservation within…

What were RCDs up to in August?

California is home to 96 unique RCDs operating in ten regions throughout the state. RCDs are California’s boots-on-ground, providing everything from technical assistance to design and installation of conservation projects to community education — and more. Each month, we work…

Partner Spotlight: California Department of Fish and Wildlife

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has been a long-time partner of Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) through collaboration and thanks to numerous grant programs that the Department oversees. Their mission is “to manage California’s diverse fish, wildlife, and…