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Watershed Best Management Practices for Cannabis Growers and Other Rural Gardeners Download Now!
MCRCD 2020-2024 Strategic Plan: This Strategic Plan is a top-level planning document for MCRCD to set clear direction over all aspects of its operation and services, and it provides a framework for decision making through 2024.
Watershed Best Management Practices for Cannabis Growers and Other Rural Gardeners Download Now!
Sustainable Ag Lands Strategy for Mendocino County: This report outlines strategies to improve air and water quality, protect natural resources and agricultural lands, and assist local entities to reduce GHG emissions and increase CO2 sequestration.

SALC Committee Fact Sheet: The primary goal of the SALC Committee is to conserve agricultural and natural resource lands throughout Mendocino County while encouraging responsible and balanced development. Access Fact Sheet Here.

Watershed Best Management Practices for Cannabis Growers and Other Rural Gardeners Download Now!
Watershed Best Management Practices for Cannabis Growers and Other Rural Gardeners

Prácticas Óptimas de Gestión De Cuencas Hidrográficas para Cultivadores de Cannabis y Otros Jardineros Rurales Descargar

A Guide For Planning, Designing, Constructing, Reconstructing, Upgrading, Maintaining And Closing Wildland Roads. Download Now!

El Libro Verde Manual De Caminos Forestales Y Rurales Descargar

Navarro Watershed Restoration Plan

The plan provides an initial structure for the Anderson Valley Community and interested groups and government agencies to implement a comprehensive watershed restoration and enhancement effort. Hard copy: $22.00 (price includes tax).

Navarro River Guide

A guide for Navarro River area residents to learn about their property and find technical and financial assistance projects that will enhance the land. 36 pages + map. $5.00 (price includes tax). All proceeds after sales tax support the Navarro River Resource Center.

The Rainwater Harvesting School Unit is appropriate for high school or college students wanting to learn about or preparing to install a rainwater harvest tank. Units cover calculating water needs and creating a homemade cistern. Please note that this document is not yet keyed to NGSS or Common Core standards.