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The Resource Conservation District is an active member of the local farming community and acts as a bridge between agricultural producers and the natural resource scientific community. Our goal is to help ensure that when our cooperating growers, ranchers and landowners change their operations to conserve natural resources, they make the greatest amount of difference with the least amount of cost and risk. We remain abreast of latest developments in science and regulation to provide this level of service. RCD staff also serves on the Technical Advisory Committees of a variety of projects led by partner organizations.


Agricultural Water Quality Alliance (AWQA) partners meet with Congressman Sam Farr and his staff to discuss water quality concerns and protection efforts on the Central Coast.

RCD Participation in Partner Projects and Technical Advisory Committee

  • The Agricultural Water Quality Alliance (Planning, Monitoring and Implementation Groups
  • University of California Cooperative Extension Water Quality Short Course instructors
  • The Reclamation Ditch Watershed Assessment and Management Plan (Monterey County Water Resources Agency)
  • The Elkhorn Slough Tidal Wetlands Plan (Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve)
  • The Moro Cojo Restoration Project (Moss Landing Marine Labs)
  • Vegetative Conservation Practices for Water Quality and Habitat Diversity on Pajaro Valley Farms 2002-2005 (Community Alliance of Family Farmers)
  • The Coastal Training Program Advisory Committee
 
       

 

 

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