San Mateo County Resource Conservation District

San Mateo County Resource Conservation District


Type: Non-Regulatory Public Benefit District


Location Focus: Coastal San Mateo County


About: Primarily serves the coastal portion of the county- over 157,000 acres of rural, agricultural, and open space lands as well as subdivisions, including all watersheds in the county that drain into the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Established in 1939, it is one of the oldest environmental organizations in the county and was the first such district in California.






Address: 625 Miramontes Street, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019


Phone Number: (650) 712-7765


Programs: Conservation and Watershed Planning, Conservation and Restoration projects, Education, Permitting


Volunteer Opportunities: works in voluntary partnership with public and private landowners to implement conservation and restoration projects that primarily address wildlife habitat improvement, enhanced ecosystem function, water conservation, water quality, and soil erosion control. How to Help: