About RCD Project Tracker
The RCD Project Tracker is a voluntary database designed to warehouse conservation and restoration projects and plans from RCDs across California. The RCD Project Tracker was created so that RCDs throughout the state have a way to comprehensively track and showcase the conservation benefits of our collective work, including our partnerships, our ability to manage and leverage public and private conservation dollars, improve water quality, restore watersheds, mitigate climate change, support working landscapes, and educate the public and policy makers on the multiple socio-ecological values of conservation.
RCDs voluntarily share information here to help the public understand what accomplishments RCDs are contributing. This is not a comprehensive list of all RCD projects.
The Project Tracker was established in July 2017 by a group of 18 RCDs. Since then, it has grown to include many RCDs.
Projects are organized according to the following Primary Resource Areas:
This project was initiated by funding from the California Department of Conservation and continues to be funded by individual Resource Conservation Districts.