"A State of Harmony"depicts the shared land ethic behind the important protection and stewardship work being done by RCDs and Land Trusts in California. Watch the Video here.
Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) are the states' only grassroots conservation delivery system that identifies local conservation problems and guides solutions on a voluntary basis. There are 98 Districts throughout California - each covering a different geographic territory. The Sonoma RCD covers 919,000 acres, or over 85% of Sonoma County, and includes the Russian River, Petaluma River, Sonoma Creek, Stemple Creek, and Gualala River Watersheds. Click here to see maps of our district.
The Sonoma RCD is a recent reorganization of the Sotoyome and Southern Sonoma County RCDs which occurred July 2013.
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