California Association of Resource Conservation Districts
The California Association of Resource Conservation Districts work with private citizens, businesses, and local/state/federal partners to protect and enhance millions of acres of natural and working lands. The RCD Project Tracker was launched on July 1, 2017 by 18 California RCDs from around the state.
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The Tracker directly links our conservation work to local and regional management plans, county climate action plans, and the State of California's GHG reduction goals and action plans.
Brittany Jensen | Executive Director, Gold Ridge Conservation District
This past July, we hosted our second Conservation Manager Roundtable in our Portland office. Our table was rounded by 18 representatives from 10 different natural areas organizations from across the west (California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington). While we had a few returnees in attendance, the majority of the participants were new faces for the event but certainly not new to conservation.
In the Peaks to People Water Fund's Summer 2018 Newsletter, their executive director, Heather Schinkel, announced the launch of the Watershed Health Outcomes Tracker. This valuable online tool enables implementers, landowners, and funders to track proposed and active projects across the Cache la Poudre and Big Thompson watersheds in Northern Colorado.
It’s official! As of last week, the RCD Project Tracker is now tracking 100 projects and over $21.8 million in investment throughout California. This is a huge milestone for everyone involved. Thanks go to the folks entering the projects and to the administrators (Ben Weise, Devin Best, John Green, and Brittany Jensen) for fielding support requests and keeping on top of adding new funding sources.