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Helping People Help the Land

The Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District in Sonoma County facilitates stewardship projects to address water quality, climate change, biodiversity, ecosystem health, and water quantity on private and public lands by providing technical assistance, outreach, education and project implementation. Gold Ridge RCD provides non-regulatory, confidential, free assistance to our community.

Community Updates

Board Meetings & Agendas* Regular meeting time changed to 3:30-5:30pm

RCD Seeks Rangeland Specialist

Carbon Farm Plan Application

RFB Bodega Goat Ranch Rainwater Catchment Project

How We Can Help

Assistance for Residents

Helping Farmers

Permitting

Public Education

Technical & Financial Support

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"Farming for the Future" Publication Highlights Local Land Stewards

Sonoma County's heritage of agricultural diversity and stewardship is the direct result of the hard work of farmers, ranchers, and the agricultural organizations that support them. A mosaic of farming systems support economically vital agriculture, while ensuring healthy ecosystems that benefit the entire community. Read more >>

 

 

How Does Gold Ridge RCD Comply with SB 272 and Other Requirements of Special Districts? Read More >>

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