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Our Mission

The Yolo County Resource Conservation District commits to protect, improve and sustain the natural resources of Yolo County. The District employs a watershed approach that allows an integrated assessment of resource inputs, outputs and impacts. We promote responsible stewardship by:

  • Developing, evaluating and implementing conservation practices through cooperative land users
  • Providing technical guidance, and on-site expertise
  • Educating agencies and the public in resource conservation and enhancement
  • Sponsoring partnerships and networks

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Our District

The YCRCD Strategic Plan guides district activities to address conservation issues in Yolo County. Activities this year focused primarily on biodiversity, water conservation and water quality, riparian and aquatic ecosystems and soil health.

Strategic Plan

Annual Report

The YCRCD is a trusted steward of public and private funds. As a Special District, YCRCD is subject to state transparency and accountability laws. The Brown Act and Division 9 of the California Public Resource Code require public meetings, open
records, annual audits and financial reporting to the State Controller’s Office. Our income and expenses for the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 are shown below. The YCRCD invested captial in project development, resulting in a net negative balance on
June 30, 2016.

Government Compensation in California: click here

Audit FY 2013-2014

Audit FY 2014-2015

Audit FY 20115-2016

Audit FY 2016-2017

Catalog of Enterprise Systems

Public Records Request Form