California Department of Conservation recounts a year of accomplishments in 2022.
Recently, Conservation partnered with California’s Strategic Growth Council on a Housing as a Climate Strategy field tour of four projects that told the story of how environmental- and people-centered land use bring California closer to its climate goals. Why Yolo County? With a population just over 200,000, Yolo County is a heavily agricultural piece of…
California Department of Conservation and Resources Agency announce tribal conservation corps program.
Department of Conservation Grant Manager explains how he works to restore California’s riparian habitat.
The Governor’s 2021-2022 May Revise proposal includes $1.2 billion that would allow the DOC to do important work on environmental, public safety, and quality of life issues in California.
During Public Service Recognition Week, DOC is spotlighting employees who help conserve and protect California’s natural resources – both in the field and behind the scenes.
In Atherton’s words, “the bulk of the work is in taking input from these sessions and incorporating it into our programs. There is so much more to do after these initial sessions. We have a very long way to go.”
Department of Conservation’s Division of Land Resource Protection (DLRP) awarded $2 million in grants for watershed restoration and agricultural land conservation projects. Each grant went to local Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) in Marin, Sonoma, Kings, and Ventura counties. “These grants not only support important local projects, but also advance some of Governor Newsom’s key objectives: conserving working…
How the Department of Conservation uses geospatial technology to map, analyze, and observe the Earth’s surface.
We are excited to announce a funding opportunity that allows local entities to hire watershed coordinators.