The Marin Resource Conservation District is seeking a highly motivated and creative Conservation Program Manager dedicated to the successful planning, permitting and implementation of soil and water conservation projects and programs on private and public lands in Marin County. 

The Conservation Program Manager will play a vital role in the achievement of rancher’s efforts to meet water quality targets by accelerating producer adoption and implementation of carbon farming practices, assisting with climate-friendly plan development, and serving as an educational resource. To effectively understand and communicate natural resource protection and farming concerns, it is important that the Conservation Program Manager has an agricultural science background, with a specific understanding of soil and water science and the economic and social influencers of agriculture.

This position will work throughout the district including ranches within the Point Reyes National Seashore. Click here to read the full job description.


The Marin Resource Conservation District offers a variety of programs to facilitate implementation of conservation projects in Marin County. 

We partake in innovative projects that explore alternative land stewardship practices relying on local history to guide our decisions about the future.

The Marin Resource Conservation District was established on May 20, 1959.  Approximately 250,000 acres are included in the district, which in general covers the watersheds of Stemple, Walker and Lagunitas creeks. Since 1983, the Marin RCD has administered over $20 million dollars in government and private foundation grants for watershed-wide erosion control, creek restoration and road repair projects.  In 2014, Marin RCD’s services expanded into east Marin to assist streamside residents with watershed stewardship, restoration and regulatory compliance.

The Marin RCD continues to bring together state, federal and local agencies with private landowners to conserve soil and water resources.


See our page here. See UCCE Marin’s drought information for producers here.


See our update here.


Read our full statement here