California Department of Conservation recounts a year of accomplishments in 2022.
Tag: Climate Change
Demonstrating Climate & Housing Sustainability in Yolo County
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…
Celebrating a New Tribal Conservation Corps Program – and Multigenerational Climate Action
California Department of Conservation and Resources Agency announce tribal conservation corps program.
Protecting California’s Food Supply Through the COVID-19 Pandemic– [a webinar recap]
Supply chain disruptions caused by COVID-19 brought food security — and the resilience of food networks — to the forefront of discussion among policy makers. In particular, the pandemic has highlighted essential role of local farmers in ensuring a reliable and healthy food supply for our state and country. That’s why the American Farmland Trust…
From Serving the Country to Conserving It — GIS is Key
“I am passionate about conserving natural resources and working to slow the rate at which California urbanizes productive farmland and open space. The Williamson Act is a key tool to achieve that goal.” Annie Giovacchini – Environmental Planner #FacesOfConservation — Meet Ann Marie (Annie) Giovacchini, an environmental planner for DOC’s Division of Land Resource Protection. Annie…