Sonoma Resource Conservation District

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APRIL17, 2017
LandSmart Workshop: Forest and Range Stewardship

 

When: Monday, April 17

Time: 6-8 pm
Where: Russian River Sportsmen’s Club, 25150 Steelhead Blvd. Duncans Mills, CA 95430


The Sonoma Resource Conservation District (RCD) is hosting an informational workshop for both small and large range and forest landowners. Hear from agency partners and RCD conservation planners who can help you manage your land and connect you with available funding programs.

 

Check out the flyer here!

 

For questions please contact Jeff Schreiber, program developement manager at jschreiber@sonomarcd.org or call 707.569.1448 ext. 110.

 

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APRIL 8, 2017
Special Invitation: Achadinha Cheese Co. Tour

 

Time: 10am—Noon
Where: 750 Chileno Valley Road, Petaluma 94952
Level: Easy

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You are invited to experience the exceptional artisan cheeses from the home ranch of the Pacheco Family. The Achadinha (Osh-a-deen-a) Cheese Company is a family operated ranch led by Jim and Donna Pacheco along with their four children William, Daniel, Elizabeth and David. Hear their family story starting three generations back in Portugal and how they’ve diversified their ranch in Petaluma as we tour the cheese plant, visit with the gals (goats and cows), and relish in a complimentary cheese tasting. Cheeses are available to purchase direct from Donna after the tour!


 

MARCH 15, 2017

Got Runoff? RCDs Host Stormwater Workshop for Local Residents

 

Time: 6-8pm

Apple Blossom School

700 Watertrough Rd, Sebastopol, CA 95472

Free to the public

How can we make the most of excessive rainfall, protect our soil from erosion, protect our roads from potholes and landslides, and deliver water to our water tables? Join Gold Ridge and Sonoma RCDs and partners, like Harmony Farm Supply and Permaculture Artisans, for a tradeshow-style workshop that explains the practices of good stormwater stewardship. You will have access to experts and information on where to get the tools or help you need.

We'll cover a suite of projects that store, slow, spread and sink stormwater, including rainwater catchment, permeable paving, rain gardens, earth works, and more. See the Stormwater Management Guide "Slow it. Spread it. Sink it. Store it!" online!