Sacramento/Amador Water Quality Alliance is a program of the Amador RCD to assist irrigators in meeting the requirements of the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program (ILRP)
Making a Difference in Amador County
Amador Resource Conservation District, through a cooperative agreement with NRCS, recently produced several short videos to highlight Farm Bill programs available to agricultural producers. The videos were shot locally, and feature farmers, ranchers and conservationists from our district. We are proud of the results; we hope you agree!
Check out the ARCD’s videos and learn about the type of projects we support. Take a look and get in touch!
The ARCD provides conservation technical assistance to agricultural products and individual landowners, initiates and carries-out community-wide conservation programs including programs in agricultural, watershed, and woodland resource management, habitat restoration, irrigation water management, fuels reduction, workshops, classes and scholarships to students pursuing a career in resource management
Our mission is to promote natural resource conservation in our district through community education and to provide natural resource technical assistance to our constituents.
Meeting held 3rd Thursday of each month. We invite you to our meetings. Visit our Agenda page for information on current meeting.