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Our Mission

The mission of the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District is to conserve, protect and restore wild and working landscapes to enhance the health of the water, soil, and forests in Mendocino County.

Conserve

Protect

Restore

June 12 Drought Drop By Event!

Need supplies to help you through the drought? Come to the Drought Drop-By Event! Saturday, June 12 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Two locations: Club Calpella and Redwood Valley Grange. Drive, walk, or bike up to one of two locations and receive a FREE bucket filled with water conserving items and information for your home to achieve 50 gallons per day per person. Only 250 buckets at each location, so arrive early. One bucket per household. Club Calpella: 6175 N State St, Ukiah Redwood Valley Grange: 8650 East Rd, Redwood Valley. For more info, click here.

MCRCD is hiring a Forestry Program Manager!

Interested in joining our team or know someone who would be a great addition? Check out the job listing and help us spread the word.

MCRCD Featured on the Weather Channel!

MCRCD’s Assistant Executive Director, Joe Scriven, was interviewed on The Weather Channel’s Weather Underground TV to discuss the California drought and water conservation. You can watch the video here.

 

Featured Publications

MCRCD Newsletters

Landowner Testimonial

“We were impressed with your professionalism that began immediately with your on-time arrival. Your combined knowledge and exceptional technical expertise put us at ease. Thank you for the patience you afforded us as you inspected the property, explaining to us the many things we can expect, obstacles that could arise, and problems that often occur. We look forward to continuing to work with you over the coming months to achieve our shared ambition: fire safety, for ourselves and our community.”

What we do

The RCD works with communities to voluntarily conserve, protect, and restore natural resources in a landscape that supports agriculture, urban areas, and wild lands.

We provide technical assistance, educational programs, monitoring and assessment services, and grant funding to help land managers meet their conservation goals.

Partners