California Department of Conservation recounts a year of accomplishments in 2022.
From Watershed Health Seeds to Landscape-Scale Returns
Our forest health coordination and capacity building investments are showing returns.
After Wildfire, Geologists Prepare for the Next Hazard: Debris Flows
After devastating wildfires, California Geological Survey and CAL FIRE teams scout the blackened ground for signs of potential debris flows.
Department of Conservation Announces New Grants for Watershed Health
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…
Funding Available to Hire Local Watershed Coordinators
We are excited to announce a funding opportunity that allows local entities to hire watershed coordinators.
DOC Announces $1.9 Million Available to Hire Forest Health Watershed Coordinators
If you could invest one dollar and get $7 back, you’d probably jump on it, right? That’s why we at the Department of Conservation (DOC) are excited about the reactivation of a program that allows local entities to hire forest health watershed coordinators. A “watershed” is an area where all the water running off the…