Resource Conservation District
The RCD uses very diverse means to further resource conservation and acts as a focal point for local conservation efforts on public and private lands. The RCD collaborates with land owners and managers, technical advisors, area jurisdictions, government agencies, and others to protect, conserve, and restore natural resources. The RCD provides education and technical assistance, helps with permitting, assists with conservation planning, and implements on-the-ground projects.
MEETINGS & LOCATION
3rd Thursday/month, 6:30 PM
|TJ Glauthier||President||June 2006||12/31/2020||Montara|
|Neal Kramer||Director||February 2009||12/31/2018|
|Kevin Alexander Watt||Director||3/8/2016||12/31/2019||Pescadero|
Five members, must be a resident and landowner of the District or be a designated agent of a resident landowner within the District and have a demonstrated interest.
The primary role of the RCD Board is that of a decision-making body to set policy, fiscal oversight and accountability, and to ensure resource conservation leadership to people and communities within the District. It is important for Directors to be familiar with Division 9 of the California Resource Code as they conduct business.
Board of Supervisors
October 2, 1939