Carbon Farming

Carbon Farming

The Marin RCD provides farmers and ranchers with financial and technical assistance leading to the implementation of carbon beneficial practices for our Carbon Farming Program. Since 2008, the RCD has been directly involved in carbon...
Conserving Our Watersheds

Conserving Our Watersheds

The Marin RCD coordinates several restoration projects annually via the Conserving Our Watersheds (COW) Program to promote and support the advancement of water quality improvements within the district’s watershed boundaries including Tomales Bay, Lagunitas,...
Urban Streams

Urban Streams

  Urban Streams Coordination The Urban Streams Coordinator (USC) position was created as a result of the Stream Conservation Area Ordinance. The role of the USC is to provide support and assistance to the residents that live along Marin County’s creeks through...
Pine Gulch Project: 17 Years of Perseverance

Pine Gulch Project: 17 Years of Perseverance

One creek, three farms, and the construction of four ponds after seventeen years of planning, designing permitting and construction… the Pine Gulch Creek Project is complete. Marin RCD thanks the three farmers for their patience and collaboration throughout the...
Carbon Farm Plan

Carbon Farm Plan

Would you like to have a Carbon Farm Plan for your farm or ranch? Fill out an application and become one of the 6 ranches selected for assistance in developing a Carbon Farm Plan! Who is eligible for assistance? All agricultural producers in Marin County. What is...
Creek Clean-Ups

Creek Clean-Ups

On Saturday, October 17th Sarah Phillips organized  a creek clean-up event with the San Geronimo Valley Stewards and volunteers. The group of concerned residents met at the Forest Knolls Post Office to divide and conquer the litter along that stretch of San Geronimo...

RCD Directorship

The Marin RCD is looking for a new director who is willing to serve a term until November 2018. Please contact the Marin RCD office for more information. Qualified applicants must: Must be a registered voter of the state Reside within the district and either own real...
Partners

Partners

A State of Harmony Produced by the Bay Area Open Space Council & the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts with support from the California State Coastal Conservancy (A State of Harmony from Plus M Productions on Vimeo). Feature photos from...
12 BMPs Completed in 2013!

12 BMPs Completed in 2013!

The Conserving Our Watersheds Program helps landowners implement best management practices (BMPs) on their ranch to improve water quality and wildlife habitat. This past year, three Main rancher implemented a total of 12 BMPs including: a road repair and two culvert...