California Association of Resource Conservation Districts


Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs), once known as Soil Conservation Districts, are "special districts" of the state of California, set up under California law to be locally governed agencies with their own locally appointed, independent boards of directors. Although RCDs are established locally by the rules of a county's Local Agency Formation Committee (LAFCO), and they often have close ties to county government, they are not county government entities.
 


Contact California Association of Resource Conservation Districts


Contact California Association of Resource Conservation Districts

Karen Buhr
Executive Director
801 K Street
Room 1415
Sacramento, California  95814-3531
Phone: (916) 457-7904
Fax: (916) 457-7934


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • California


Related Success Stories for California Association of Resource Conservation Districts

Cooperative Air Quality Workshops
A series of agricultural air quality workshops were offered to San Joaquin Valley farmers to create Conservation Management Practice plans (CMPs).