2016 Watershed Awareness Calendar – Now Available

  This year’s Watershed Awareness Calendar focuses on Napa County Hikes & Trails. Each month features a local trail with inviting images from 20 local photographers. Pick up your copy from our office today, or pick up a copy at one of the distribution hubs around the County – such as Napa Library, City, and County offices.   Free calendars are provided to our community thanks to the RCD and the Watershed Information & Conservation Council of Napa County.   Consider a donation to support the Watershed Awareness Calendar. A $5 donation goes a long way towards supporting the calendar and RCD programs. You can donate easily through the “Donate” buttons on this website.   Or, donate to RCD  via the Napa Valley Give!Guide until December 31. All Give!Guide donations come with a gift from RCD to you. See details by following this link....

Results from 2015-2016 Fish Monitoring Now Available

Napa County Resource Conservation District conducts fish monitoring in the Napa River watershed to collect information about native fish populations with emphasis on two salmonid species – steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). This monitoring program includes: capturing and counting juvenile salmonids as they migrate to the ocean as “smolts”, counting adult salmonids and mapping their spawning distributions, observing juvenile salmonids through snorkeling surveys, and long-term tracking of salmonid individuals with implanted radio tags. View the 2015-2016 report  View reports from previous years Want to learn more about our fisheries monitoring program and what the RCD has learned about fish so far? We’ve compiled answers to FAQs about our fisheries monitoring program in this handy fact...

Workshop ~ Laundry to Landscape ~ Dec 4

Greywater systems pass used household water through mulch and soil to nourish plants in the landscape. During the workshop, we will learn by doing. We will be assisting the install of an actual system