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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 an…
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 Ju…
(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 …
(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 Sonom…
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 co…
Yolo County (February 22, 2023) – The Yolo Carbon Farm Partnership is hosting 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…
Yolo County Resource Conservation District (RCD) coordinates the Yolo County Fire Safe Council, a countywide collaborative that brings community members, agencies, and fire officials together to build wildfire resilience in Yolo County. In early 2023, the…
Yolo County RCD has funding through the Department of Food and Agriculture to develop conservation plans that outline strategies for sequestering atmospheric carbon, improving nutrient management, promoting soil health management, or to supporting native …
In November, the California Wildlife Conservation Board notified the City of Woodland of a grant award for more than $1.5 million for the enhancement of Pacific Flyway Pond (formerly known as North Regional Pond) for habitat to support shorebirds (avocets…
As California looks for solutions to climate change, many are looking towards agriculture to increase the amount of carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions stored in agricultural soils. This stored carbon can also improve the productivity and resilience…