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What were RCDs up to in January?

Each month we compile a small sampling of the incredible work that California’s RCDs are doing in and on behalf of their communities.

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Soil Tunnel Debuts at the Colusa Farm Show

For this year’s Colusa Farm Show, the goal of the Colusa County Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Colusa County Resource Conservation District (CCRCD) was to avoid the typical outreach effort (e.g. workshop with coffee, donuts, PowerPoint slideshow, low attendance…

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RCD Spotlight: Contra Costa RCD

Contra Costa RCD (CCRCD) is a medium-sized district in the Bay-Delta region, and one of the few RCDs with a strong urban center. In this spotlight, we focus on their work with urban agriculture. Through fostering urban agriculture in their…

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RCD Spotlight: Palo Verde RCD

Palo Verde Resource Conservation District (PVRCD) is a small RCD nestled in the Southern Baja region, with its eastern border meeting with Arizona’s border. For years PVRCD has been working to restore the Lower Colorado River Watershed, and a recent…

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Partner Spotlight: California Department of Water Resources

About the California Department of Water Resources The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) manages California’s water resources, systems, and infrastructure. These responsibilities extend to preventing and responding to floods, droughts, and catastrophic events, educating the public on water issues,…

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What were RCDs up to in December?

California is home to 98 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…

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What were RCDs up to in November?

California is home to 98 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…

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