CALIFORNIA, CARCD and RCD of the Santa Monica Mountains – At its Aug. 28 quarterly meeting, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) approved approximately $10.7 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California. Funded projects include: A $750,000 grant to the California Association […]
Tom has worked with conservation districts since 1992, managing district operations and providing statewide help on governance, technology, and accountability issues. He has been a board director of a state association of conservation districts and the president of a statewide employee's association. Tom is the General Manager for the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District.
WASHINGTON – Just a few days left before the application deadline! PMC SALES MANAGER JOB ANNOUNCEMENT The WACD Plant Materials Center is a Conservation Nursery owned and operated by the Washington Association of Conservation Districts. It is located in NW Skagit County, WA. It produces over 1.5 million […]
Butte County Resource Conservation District will pay 75% of costs to restore forestland lost in Camp Fire
CALIFORNIA, Butte County RCD – The Butte County Resource Conservation District will be paying 75% of the costs of restoring forestland to those who lost forestland in the Camp Fire. The program said anyone with more than a few acres of burned forest is eligible to get financial […]
WASHINGTON, Kittitas County CD – As hot dry summers translate to more frequent droughts and less water for irrigators, the Kittitas County Conservation District is working to find methods to help producers improve their efficiency when it comes to water usage. At the forefront of the options the […]
CALIFORNIA, Marin RCD – Discarded vehicles, home appliances, household furniture and more than 100 tires will be removed from an unnamed tributary of Stemple Creek in west Marin County this week. The Marin Resource Conservation District and Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program are spearheading the Aug. 13-16 […]
WASHINGTON, Spokane CD – The assessment the Spokane Conservation District charges landowners will increase next year. Spokane County commissioners approved increasing the per parcel rate from $5 to $10. All county landowners pay the assessment. “It’s become necessary for us just with the volume of work we do […]