The Placer County Resource Conservation District is an independent, self governing body organized in 1946 and dedicated to the conservation of natural resources. The RCD develops and enables programs in partnership with others that assist private landowners and public agencies to accomplish the goal of conserving natural resources.
The RCD encompasses all of the County of Placer except for the Tahoe Basin and covers approximately 1,500 square miles of diverse stakeholders, habitat, and elevation, from the Sacramento Valley floor over the crest of the Sierra down the eastern slope to the Nevada State line.
The Placer County Resource Conservation District is dedicated to supporting wise natural resource management and conservation, providing education and technical assistance or direction to private landowners/operators, local and regional entities. Independently and in collaboration with other local, state, and federal agencies and organizations, the RCD will implement programs, hold land, easements and endowments, and plans to conserve and enhance the natural resources of the District while inspiring and mobilizing public conservation awareness and involvement.
Placer County RCD Long Range Strategic Plan: 2011-2016 (PDF*, 107KB)
Placer County Resource Conservation District
11661 Blocker Drive, Suite 115
Auburn, CA 95603-3719
(530) 885-3046 ext 119