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Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (RCD) participated in a panel of fire and forestry professionals in Mendocino this week to discuss a fire-related film screening and local fire management needs.
San Mateo County RCD was recently featured in the Half Moon Bay Review for their efforts to combat climate change through a practice known as carbon farming.
The California Association of Resource Conservation Districts (CARCD) is very appreciative of all the hard work the RCD community has engaged in as it strives towards the goal of being Relevant, Excellent, and Visible. We have all rolled up our…
Each year at the Annual CARCD Conference, awards are given out at the Awards Dinner on Thursday evening to celebrate outstanding Resource Conservation Districts and their staff, directors, and volunteers who are out there doing great work in our communities.
Welcome to the new face of CARCD! We are so excited to launch a web page that better reflects the amazing and impactful work that Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) are doing around State. I am constantly in awe of how…
Participants of the Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship (SLEWS) Program gain first-hand experience in real habitat restoration projects while exploring science concepts and current issues. For many of the students this experience is their first time leaving Sacramento. It’s eye opening and life changing.
CDFW and the Wildlife Conservation Board will be holding three public meetings to discuss grant opportunities established by Proposition 68. The meetings will be held: Monday, October 1, 2018 – Redding Wednesday, October 3, 2018 – Los Alamitos Friday, October…
Governor Jerry Brown has signed critical legislation to help California prevent and recover from catastrophic wildfires.
Featuring four days of trainings, breakout sessions, panels, and networking opportunities, the Annual CARCD Conference is a highly anticipated event that brings together California’s diverse conservation community.
The first face-to-face meeting of a durable collaboration effort for the Sacramento Valley Region of Resource Conservation Districts was held last week in Orland. The purpose of the collaboration is to form an agreement between the RCDs to more efficiently address regional conservation issues. The agreement will allow private, state, and federal entities the ability to contract directly to the Sacramento Valley of RCDs to address regional conservation issues instead of having to develop and administer a number of regional contracts to address the same conservation issue across district boundaries.