How the County's
Resource Conservation District is
Helping People Help the Land
Please join us at our January 3rd Hybrid meeting! See you in person or via Zoom!
On January 3rd, Adria Arko, Director of Advancement for the San Mateo Resource Conservation District, will share about the district’s work on nature-based climate solutions. Discover how these strategies foster resilience for our communities, farms, and local ecosystems. Adria will also share about the RCD’s initiatives that sequester carbon, enrich soil health, and support local farmers.
Resource Conservation Districts across California serve as local hubs for conservation, connecting people with the technical, financial and educational assistance they need to conserve and manage natural resources.
RCDs are not part of County government. They are special districts, a form of local government created by the community to meet a specific need such as fire protection, open space, or flood control. RCDs help meet the need for voluntary resource conservation.
Please see the San Mateo Resource Conservation District website for more information: https://www.sanmateorcd.org/
Join us as we learn what it means to use nature-based solutions to address climate change and how we can help this process.
You won't want to miss this excellent meeting.
Wednesday, January 3rd, 2024 at 7pm
There are 2 options for this meeting:
In person at the Woodside Road Methodist Church, 2000 Woodside Rd, Redwood City (corner of Alameda de las Pulgas)
Zoom: The link is below:
Meeting ID: 832 0588 9368
Task Forces for 2024
Our January meeting is also when SMCDFA members will determine the Task Forces for 2024.
What direction is your passion taking you?
Is it working on:
or maybe something new?
Stay tuned for a Resolution at this meeting:
SMCDFA Resolution in
Support of a Ceasefire and a
Two-State Israeli/Palestinian Solution