Napa County Resource Conservation District
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How We Impact the Community
We’re building climate-resilient and vibrant communities, farms, and open spaces. For 75 years, we’ve been working on issues that matter most today: improving the health and beauty of our watersheds for future generations, clean and abundant water, and fire-resilient forests. Thriving people, farms, and wildlife are our goals.
Each year, we provide 900+ youth in Napa County with ways to connect to nature and take action to help the environment. Over 250 adults attend our workshops on soil health, water-wise vineyards, sustainable gardens, and more. Over 900 volunteers work with RCD to remove trash from our waterways, plant and take care of native trees, and remove harmful weeds. We visit 200+ properties to provide expert guidance on fire recovery and climate-smart vineyard practices. We conduct extensive surveys of the Napa River and its fish.
We are helping our community care for land, water, soil, wildlife – and each other.
Other Ways to Help
- Coastal Clean-up Day
- Earth Day Clean-up
- Waterway Keepers Cleanups
- Oak Planting & Maintenance Days
- Martin Luther King Day of Service Stewardship Project (varies each year)
- Collect native oak acorns in Fall
- Summer Interns
- Stream Watch Community Science Project
- Fish Trap Data Collection
- Cleanup Data Entry and Analysis
- Social Media Campaign Leader
- Keep an eye on trash in our environment, notify us of problems!
- If you see salmon or steelhead in the River, notify us!
- Join our Board