Tahoe Resource Conservation District – Tahoe RCD
The Tahoe Resource Conservation District (Tahoe RCD) is one of nearly 3000 Conservation Districts across the country helping people protect land, water, forests, wildlife, and related natural resources. The California State Legislature formed the Tahoe RCD in 1974 under Division 9 of the California Public Resources Code. The Tahoe RCD is a non-regulatory, grant-funded, not-for-profit agency that works in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
The Tahoe RCD, along with our many partners, obtains grant funding and private donations to support all aspects of conservation issues which include, but are not limited to: water quality, wildlife habitat, fire defensible space, sustainable recreation, water conservation and community enhancement. Current programs at the Tahoe RCD focus on stormwater management, single-family residence Best Management Practices (BMPs), invasive species control and prevention, and conservation landscaping initiatives.
Tahoe RCD Partners in Conservation
The Tahoe RCD is funded mostly by grants from a variety of sources, including state, federal and local. These grants allow us to provide free services to homeowners, educate the public on conservation issues and provide technical assistance for our many project partners. Here are our partners:
Tahoe RCD complies with all State of California salary reporting requirements, for further details please go to http://publicpay.ca.gov/
Senate Bill 272 (SB 272) Compliance, Tahoe RCD’s Catalog of Enterprise Systems
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