Alameda County Resource Conservation District (ACRCD) Mission

The mission of the Alameda County Resource Conservation District (ACRCD) is to provide leadership in the County and region in natural resources conservation, wildlife and habitat preservation, and agricultural enhancement through partnerships, education, outreach, resource services and technical expertise.

Alameda County Conservation Partnership

The Alameda County Resource Conservation District (ACRCD) and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) collaborate as the Conservation Partnership to serve as the lead conservation agency in Alameda County. We provide technical and educational services for natural resource conservation and agriculture enhancement. The Partnership collaborates with many partners including private landowners, local, state and federal agencies and other organizations to develop and implement various conservation and agricultural strategies. ACRCD works closely with public agencies and private sector companies, to help achieve conservation based goals.

Alameda County Conservation Partnership

Lastest ACRCD News

Celebrating Amy Evans!

April 30, 2019|0 Comments

Amy Evans retiring from the Alameda County RCD! Amy is retiring in June from the ACRCD after a career of nearly 35 years. She began part time work as a graduate student intern in 1981 doing creek erosion fieldwork with NRCS (then Soil [...]