Ravennagrass eradication on cache creek
The District undertakes a wide variety of on-the-ground conservation projects as grant funding becomes available. For example, an American Recovery and Reinvestment (ARRA) grant supplemented by funding from the Rose Foundation allowed the RCD to undertake an innovative partnership project to eradicate a potentially devastating infestation of Ravennagrass (Saccharum ravennae) from some 70 miles of Cache Creek in Lake and Yolo Counties. Read more . . .
Drought and water Conservation
As drought conditions persist, there will be an increase in forest pest activity and drought related stresses in the foothills and mountain forests. The following guidance, provided by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, will cover the most common issues landowners are likely to experience and help answer questions they might have. Read more . . .