Martinelli Center
3585 Greenville Road, Suite 2
Livermore, CA 94550-6710
P (925) 371-0154
F (925) 960-1550


The Alameda County Conservation Partnership is always looking for new partners who can help us, or who we can help, address the natural resource and agricultural needs of Alameda County.

If you are interested in supporting the Conservation Partnership please contact us.


By becoming a sponsor, you can support the Conservation Partnership by helping us defray the costs associated with outreach and education so that more of our funds can be used to achieve our goal of “Getting Conservation on the Ground”.

Co-Sponsor a Conservation Partnership’s Workshop Series:

Oak-Tree Sponsor $1,000: 1 workshop participant, speak to class and provide company literature, name on handout materials

Oak-Leaf Sponsor $750.00: 1 workshop participant, provide company literature and name on materials.

Oak-Acorn Sponsor $500.00: Name on materials

Co-Sponsor the website:  Receive Home Page Recognition

Co-Sponsor the Annual Report: Receive recognition in the document


The Alameda County Resource Conservation District Board of Directors and the Conservation Partnership Team have established the Natural Resources Education Scholarship Fund to recognize Jocelyn Combs for her contribution to the Alameda County Conservation Partnership from 2000 to 2008. Jocelyn’s support of environmental education and her commitment to the preservation, protection, and enhancement of the natural resources of Alameda County has inspired this scholarship fund.  The primary purpose of this fund is to support natural resources education through financial assistance and/or enhancing student involvement in environmental education activities.

The Board of Directors and Conservation Partnership Staff wishes to express their sincerest gratitude for Jocelyn’s commitment, expertise and innovative approach to enhancing the natural resources of Alameda County.

If you would like to contribute or get more information on this scholarship, please contact Leslie Koenig, at 925-371-0154, ext, 115.


Your donations in the form of cash or time contributions can help the ongoing operations and project of the RCD. The RCD is authorized by California Public Resource Code Section 9403 to receive gifts and contributions just like any other research, educational or public charity. As a political subdivision of the State, a Special District like the RCD is exempt from taxation, thereby allowing contributors to deduct their donations.

The RCD may receive tax deductible donations under Internal Revenue Service Code Section 170 (b) and 170 (c) (1). This section says that contributions to a governmental entity are deductible up to 50% of the taxpayer's adjusted gross income. The RCD may accept all forms of contributions including, but not limited to, gifts, property, cash, stocks and securities. California law also allows the RCD to acquire and own land. Contact your accountant or financial consultant for further information on giving to the RCD.

If you, your company or organization is interested in making a contribution to the RCD, please contact us.