Napa County Resource Conservation District

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Napa County Resource Conservation District

What They Do:

Help the community conserve, protect, and restore our environment in a landscape that supports agriculture, urban living, and wild spaces. Promote cooperation, sound science, and youth engagement as key ways to improve the resiliency of our watersheds for the benefit of future generations.

The Resource Conservation District (RCD) helps Napa County residents achieve environmental goals by providing education, one-on-one guidance, funding for projects, and access to real-world examples of conservation practices.

Water-wise vineyards and home gardens, rainwater capture, erosion-proof dirt roads, pollinator-friendly plantings, oak plantings, and improving stream habitat for wildlife are just some of the projects that we help people complete.

RCD also conducts in-depth monitoring to understand our watersheds’ health. We provide in-class and outdoor education that connects youth with opportunities to make a difference for our environment and grow their understanding of Napa County ecology.


Other Ways to Help:

You can help Napa County RCD as a volunteer or participant in the following programs/activities:

  • Coastal Clean-up Day
  • Earth Day Clean-up
  • Oak Planting Days
  • Oak Maintenance Days
  • Martin Luther King Day at our Demonstration Vineyard
  • Native Oak Acorn Collection in Fall
  • Summer Internships
  • Fish Trap Data Collection
  • Cleanup Data Processing

You can also help by being an observant community member. Notify us if you see:

  • Significant trash in our environment
  • Salmon or steelhead in the Napa River

Business Partners:

Our thanks to The Monkey Flower Group for supporting our participation in the Give!Guide by providing donors a special opportunity.


Testimonial:

Thanks to the RCD, I've developed a passion for nature and helping the environment, and confidence in myself. Helping RCD mulch oak trees and teach kids about water pollution are experiences I won't forget.

~ TL, Student

  1. lisa mar-johnston in honor of patti brown, danielle brown, bev and mart flynn and family, lisa aand jj johnston and family
  2. Jessica Harcourt
  3. Anonymous
  4. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Jean Philippe Lassegues
  5. Anonymous
  6. Hilary Zunin in honor of "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
  7. Teresa Reynolds
  8. Vhea Poppe
  9. Stephanie Turnipseed
  10. Bill Imada in honor of Hon. Brad Wagenknecht, Napa County Supervisor
  11. Anna Mattinson
  12. Anonymous
  13. Karen, Kevin & Frank Bradley
  14. Carol Nelsen
  15. Wendy Cole
  16. Anonymous
  17. Rita Burris and Charles Slutzkin
  18. Anonymous
  19. Rainer Hoenicke
  20. Natalie Griffin
  21. allison saether
  22. Jacqueline Jackson
  23. Nancy Pridmore in honor of Clinton Pridmore
  24. Anonymous in honor of Jessica Keane
  25. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Isabelle Devean Berry
  26. Vicki Green
  27. Nancy and David Garden
  28. Anonymous
  29. Anonymous
  30. Anonymous
  31. Mary Taylor
  32. Carol Glaser
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