Board of Directors

Sally

Sally Gale
President
Board of Director since 1996 , term up 2018 

Sally Gale is a rancher who lives with her family in Chileno Valley. She raises grass fed beef and sells it directly to families. Besides being a board member of the Marin Resource Conservation District, she is a Board Member of the Marin Conservation League.

Steve Doughty (1)

 Steve Doughty
Vice President
Board of Director since 2000 , term up 2020 

Steve Doughty is a grape grower In Marin  County. Also has a private investigation business in Napa County. Steve and Sharon Doughty ran a dairy on their ranch in Pt. Reyes for twenty five years.

Terry

Terry Sawyer
Treasurer
Board of Director since 2012 , term up 2020

Terry Sawyer is the co-founder of an oyster company in Tomales Bay and lives in Point Reyes Station.

 Bob Giacomini

Robert Giacomini
Director
Board of Director since 1998 , term up 2018

Bob Giacomini is a retired dairyman in Point Reyes Station.

Mike Moretti
Director
Board of Director since 2016 , term up 2020

Mike is a dairyman who runs an organic dairy near Tomales.

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 Hank Corda

The Marin RCD Board of Directors and staff would like to thank Hank Corda for 25 years of service (1990-2016) on the Marin RCD Board of Directors.  It will be difficult to fill your shoes.  Hank Corda is a fourth-generation farmer in Chileno Valley and a  Licensed Insurance Agent for Don Ramatici Insurance, Inc.

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If you would like to contact a board member please address them directly at the following address:

Attn: Director’s Name
Marin Resource Conservation District
P.O. Box 1146
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956

The Board of Directors are elected individuals that are registered Californian voters. They serve unpaid 4 year terms of office. Nominations may be filed at the County of Marin between June and the first week of August in the given year a term is expired. If there are more nominations than term positions, an election will be held within the district otherwise appointments will be made. Interested candidates may contact the County of Marin for Candidate Manuals, also found at www.marinvotes.org.

To be qualified to be a director one must either:

  1. reside and own land within the district or served a minimum of two years as an associate director or
  2. have been a designated agent of a resident landowner within the district

Policies and certifications relevant to the position of Marin RCD Directors include:

  1. MRCD Conflict of Interest Policy
  2. RCD Reimbursement Policy for AB 1234 – A record of director reimbursements is filed at the State Controllers Office and can be found at the following link Marin RCD Salaries and Reimbursements.
  3. Ethics Training Certifications.  Bob GiacominiNancy ScolariSteve Doughty