CALIFORNIA – A recently-released historical study of the Petaluma River could give ecologists, scientists, land-users and local policy-makers a powerful new tool in mapping the future of the Petaluma watershed.
CALIFORNIA – The final Yolo Conservation plan — which has been in the works since the 1990s — will be considered for certification during an upcoming meeting…The conservancy has worked with the Putah Creek Council, the Robbins Rice Company, the Yolo County Resource Conservation District…
CALIFORNIA – May is Watershed Awareness Month…Starting on Saturday, Napa County Resource Conservation District (RCD) needs volunteers to help care for 178 newly planted native oaks in Alston Park. RCD has been working across the county for the last 5 years to plant native oak trees as a […]
CALIFORNIA – The Tahoe Resource Conservation District will open inspection stations around the lake for the 10th consecutive season. The program is credited with preventing invasive species such as quagga mussels from entering the lake through an estimated 70,000 inspections and more than 32,000 hot water decontamination rinses […]
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CALIFORNIA – The Tahoe Resource Conservation District is celebrating the success of fighting aquatic invasive species for the past 10 years. A huge part of this success is due to the boat inspection program that has allowed us to prevent new species from entering Lake Tahoe.