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Recent News

Interested in what’s happening at the RCD? See below for more information on upcoming meetings, workshops, volunteer events, and job opportunities.

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The Migratory Bird Conservation Partnership (Audubon California, The Nature Conservancy, and Point Blue Conservation Science), in collaboration with the California Rice Commission and the Delta Conservancy, and funding from the California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, is now accepting online bids for the BirdReturns-Late Summer Farmlands Habitat Program. This…
Range Camp is an environmental science & management camp for high school students from across California. The camp takes place at the University of California’s Elkus Youth Ranch in Half Moon Bay, CA, and is in person again for its 40th season from June 16 -21, 2024. Range Camp…
(Tuesday, March 27, 2024) – The Yolo County Resource Conservation District and the Solano Resource Conservation District released a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Certified California Burn Bosses and and certified Rangeland Managers consultants for services related vegetation management and/or fuel reduction projects in Yolo County and the surrounding areas….
This landscape image features a view of Cache Creek in the center surrounded by grassland and riparian trees on either side. In the background is the inner coastal range that is in the western portion of Yolo County.
(Monday, February 26, 2024) – The Yolo County Resource Conservation District is pleased to release a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for vegetation management related services in Yolo County and the surrounding areas. In collaboration with CAL FIRE Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit and other partners, Yolo County RCD is working to complete…
The Yolo Carbon Farm Partnership hosted the first part of a two-part Carbon Farming workshop series to showcase on-farm strategies to improve soil health and increase the amount of carbon stored in plants and soil. The Yolo Carbon Farm Partnership is a collaborative between the Carbon Cycle Institute, the…

Board Meetings

Board meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at 5:05pm in the Woodland Field Office conference room at 221 West Court St. Ste. 1, Woodland, CA. See the latest board meeting update.

Who We Are

Yolo County Resource Conservation District acts as a central hub for conservation, connecting our community and individuals with the technical, financial and educational resources they need.

What We Do

Yolo County RCD commits to protect, improve and sustain the natural resources of Yolo County 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 and sponsoring partnerships and networks.

Land Acknowledgement

The Yolo County RCD would like to acknowledge that, for thousands of years, this land has been the home of Patwin people, including the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation today. The Patwin people have remained committed to the stewardship of this land over many centuries. It has been cherished and protected, as elders have instructed the young through generations. We are honored and grateful to be working today on their traditional lands.

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