About the Napa County RCD
Who we are
The Napa County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is a local non-regulatory organization whose mission is to promote responsible watershed management through voluntary community stewardship and technical assistance.
Since 1945, the RCD has facilitated natural resource conservation through community involvement, education, technical expertise and scientific research. The RCD is committed to utilizing voluntary, cooperative and scientifically sound methods to ensure that the natural resources of the watersheds within the District are sustained, conserved, restored and protected within a landscape of productive agriculture, growing cities, and wild lands.
The RCD covers over 500,000 acres in Napa and Solano Counties - all of Napa County and a small portion of western Solano County. A legal subdivision of the state of California, the RCD is organized to support natural resource management solutions through partnerships with individuals, organizations and agencies.