Sonoma RCD Releases 2017-2018 Annual Report

Written By: Sonoma RCD
Published: November 2, 2018

Although this past year has been eventful and trying, it has truly renewed our gratitude for this beautiful place and strong community where we live and work. As we look back at the past year and then turn our eyes toward the future, a few words come to mind: Relationships. Resiliency. Regeneration.

Now more than ever, one of the RCD’s foundational beliefs is that conservation is not just about natural resources, it is also about people. Relationships are key in everything we do, and the pages of this report contain many examples of work that would not be possible without partners: numerous local agencies and nonprofits, public and private funders, talented local contractors, and the landowners that steward our county’s precious landscapes. The level of collaboration in this community over the past year has been astounding, and we look forward to continuing to strengthen these relationships that we treasure and rely upon.

Read the rest of the Executive Director and Board Chair letter and view the full report here http://sonomarcd.org/resources/ or stop by our office to pick up a hard copy.

Last month marked the one year anniversary of the October 2017 wildfires and we want our community to know that we are still here to help as winter approaches, and new concerns may arise on your lands impacted by the fires. Contact us at (707) 569-1448 or info@sonomarcd.org.

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