What We Do

The Yolo County RCD is always active in the community, working on important projects to restore and conserve the natural resources that make this county so special. Below, you can find more information on the types of projects we work on and the services we offer here in Yolo County and beyond.

From Carbon Farm Planning to installing pollinator habitat and everything in between, learn how the RCD work with local partners to offer technical assistance to farmers and ranchers in Yolo County.

The RCD has had the pleasure of restoring or managing many open spaces in Yolo county for native habitat. Check out some of our recent project sites, many of which are open to the public, to see resource conservation and restoration at work.
In partnership with local and state agencies, the RCD is involved in much of the important planning for conservation, water management, and climate resiliency in this area. Learn more about what this work looks like and why it’s important.
After the LNU complex in 2020, it became clear that Yolo County needed to start preparing for wildfire, which is why the RCD has begun helping community members and organizations put together a county-wide fire safe council. Learn more by getting all the recent updates, including meetings and other resources.
Are you concerned about noxious and invasive weeds in Yolo County? Well we are too! Learn more about how we’ve been working with the Ag Commissioner and Invasive Plant Council to tackle the most critical species and what you can do to help.