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Russian River Water Update 1/8/24

Coyote Valley Dam at Lake Mendocino, Dec 2023 by E Salomone
Many local residents walk the path on  Coyote Valley Dam at Lake Mendocino. This was taken in December 2023  and the lake has increased in storage since! photo by E Salomone

Reservoir Storage & Operations:

Water supply information provided by Sonoma Water (find more water storage info here).

National Weather Service updat 1-8-24.pdf


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Trans Basin Diversion Update: 

Press Democrat: Lake Sonoma, Mendocino reservoirs ‘healthy’ at start of 2024, 1/3/24

Marin Independent Journal: Project that supports Marin water supply gets $2M grant, 1/2/24

Scott Dam, photo by Justine Fredericksen, Ukiah Daily Journal


 Ukiah Valley Groundwater Sustainability Agency Update

Attend a workshop about groundwater sustainability activities in the Ukiah Basin! The Ukiah Valley Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency is holding a workshop to discuss its role in the Ukiah Valley Basin and the current fee study underway to secure the funds needed to independently fund sustainable groundwater management activities. Participation is welcomed and strongly encouraged!.Visit for more information.

January 11, 6-7:30 p.m. - An Introduction to the GSA and Fee Study
Behavioral Health Regional Training
8207 East Rd., Redwood Valley, CA 95470


North Coast Resource Partnership Quarterly Meeting logo, NCRP

North Coast Resource Partnership Quarterly MeetingFriday, January 19, 2024 in Ukiah

See the NCRP Quarterly Meeting webpage for more information.

Please contact NCRP if you would like to share information about your programs, projects, or initiatives during the NCRP Quarterly meeting. There will be tables available, and time for conversation and sharing resources with attendees during morning registration and lunch. If you are in interested, please contact Karen Gaffney or 707.583.6757


The 2024 Healthy Soils Program Incentives Grant is almost here!

California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is opening the 2024 round of funding for the Healthy Soils Program (HSP) Incentives Grant. HSP offers financial assistance to farmers & ranchers who implement soil management practices that sequester carbon, reduce atmospheric greenhouse gases, and improve soil health. The Mendocino County Resource Conservation District is here to help you apply! See flyer below for more information.  Applications accepted January 22nd - February 9th, 2024.

Heathly Soils Program 2024 flyer.pdf
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Reminder! State Water Efficiency & Enhancement Program (SWEEP) is back!

Applications open December 5th, 2023 and close January 26th, 2024. Mendocino County Resource Conservation District can help with your application! See flyer linked below.

SWEEP Flyer November 2023.pdf


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