Purpose and Function

The district works in two ways; first, to give technical assistance to in individual landowners in planning and installing conservation practices; second, to initiate and carry-out community-wide conservation programs. District-wide programs cover the areas of:

  • Resource conservation planning and development
  • Agricultural resource management
  • Watershed  management and planning
  • Woodland management
  • Wildlife habitat management

Project areas include:

  • Habitat restoration
  • Watershed protection
  • Noxious weed control
  • Soil and water conservation
  • Agricultural land preservation
  • agricultural producer promotion
  • Irrigation water management evaluations
  • Education materials concerning storm water, trees, soil, etc.
  • Scholarships

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Amador County Resource Conservation District