Resource Conservation Districts work with private citizens, businesses, and local, state, and federal partners to protect and enhance millions of acres of natural and working lands across the State of California.
This Project was launched on July 1, 2017 by 18 California RCDs from around the state and is currently in a design and stakeholder engagement phase. It is anticipated that all of California's 98 Resource Conservation Districts will have the opportunity to begin entering project-based data starting in January 2018. This site is not representative of all RCDs projects, the site currently only reflects selected projects from the 18 pilot RCDs. California's RCDs implement thousands of projects a year in the following program areas:
- Watershed Restoration
- Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
- Water Quality Improvement
- Forest Management
- Water Management and Conservation
- Monitoring and Assessments
- Technical Assistance and Public Education
- Planning and Special Studies
This map shows participating RCD boundaries and approximate Project Locations. For more detail, view the comprehensive map page.
|Program||Carbon Farm Planning & Implementation|
|Lead Implementer||Napa County Resource Conservation District|
|Duration||2017 - 2020|