Thank you for completing our Local Conservation Priority Survey. These survey results provide us with input that will guide future RCD project and program development and help prioritize local funding for Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) cost-share programs for 2014. The survey was completed by a total of 43 participants and is summarized below.
To read an article about this series of hedgerow workshops
Benefits of Hedgerows on Farms in the Sacramento Valley
Hahn and Ohm Roads, Arbuckle
October 8, 2014, 8:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
1 CE Hour Applied For
Woodland High School
Students from Woodland High School's Plant & Soil Science class joined teacher Jerry Delsol and Yolo RCD restorationist Heather Nichols for a day of learning at Lewis Butler's property in Woodland. The property had been restored with the help of SLEWS students from Woodland and Florin High Schools in 2006-07, and the 7 year old hedgerow provided a useful setting for students to learn about some of the native plants they will help reintroduce at their SLEWS site along Cottonwood Slough downstream at property managed by Blake Harlan.