Marin Resource Conservation Districtupdated: March 2017

The mission of the Marin Resource Conservation District is to conserve and enhance Marin’s natural resources, including its soil, water, vegetation and wildlife.  It is our belief that the health of the county’s natural landscape is dependent upon a robust agricultural economy and the active preservation of our agricultural heritage.  In addition, it is our firm conviction that the agricultural productivity of the county is dependent upon the diligent application of practices which conserve and enhance our natural resources.

Our district was formed to serve its landowners at their request, with no thought of domination or interference in their affairs, but to assist them in their attempts to make the most efficient use of their farms and ranches.  We believe that this grassroots approach is in line with the best of American traditions, and that gradually but surely excellent conservation accomplishments will be made through education, friendly persuasion and cooperative action.  Benefits of our program will extend from individual landowners, to their immediate community and to the public at large.


Contact Marin Resource Conservation District


Contact Marin Resource Conservation District

Nancy Scolari
Executive Director
80 Fourth Street, Ste 202
PO Box 1146
Point Reyes Station, California  94956
Phone: (415) 663-1170
Fax: (415) 663-0421


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Marin County, California


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