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UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES

Raingarden Workshop: The Upper Salinas-Las Tablas RCD is hosting a raingarden workshop on November 12th. You will learn the value of drought-resistant plants, how to conserve landscape water, and how to increase the value of your property! This workshop is free, but you must register ahead of time. Email info@us-ltrcd.org to register today.

Sustainable Ag Expo Website
The 2014 Sustainable Ag Expo will be held November 17th & 18th at the Madonna Inn Expo Center in San Luis Obispo. The program will include sessions on soil and plant nutrition, measuring soil health, sprayer technologies for vineyards and orchards, root-soil dynamics, irrigating in the drought, and updates in pesticide laws and regulations.

CDFA Drought Resources Website
This website is intended to be a central location for information about the drought in California and assistance programs available to farmers, ranchers and farmworkers

Contact Us

US-LTRCD

65 South Main Street, Suite 107 Templeton, CA 93465

805-434-0396 x 5

info@us-ltrcd.org

Welcome to the Upper Salinas Las Tablas Resource Conservation District (US-LT RCD)!

 

Our Mision: Providing services and education to landowners supporting their management and stewardship of soil, water and natural resources.

People depend on soil, water, air, plants, and animals to survive. These natural resources provide our communities with food, shelter, clothing, economies, and recreation. The US-LT RCD provides technical assistance, education and resources to help agricultural, rural and urban communities preserve these natural elements while supporting robust land productivity in greater San Luis Obispo county, plus parts of Kern & Monterey counties.

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Upper Salinas-Las Tablas RCD
65 South Main Street, Suite 107
Templeton, CA 93465
805-434-0396 x 5

The Upper Salinas-Las Tablas RCD thanks you for your commitment to local conservation!