The EMRCD provides natural resources, education, and conservation programs in Eastern Merced County.  We act as an independent local liaison between government agencies and local landowners and  work closely in Merced County with the Natural Resources Conservation Service. We pursue funding to assist landowners with meeting conservation objectives and/or regulatory compliance. 
Our Goals
  • Promote voluntary and collaborative natural resource conservation
  • Improve water quality and ecosystem health
  • Increase native vegetation along the Lower Merced River riparian corridor
  • Remove invasive plants
  • Provide education and outreach programs
  • Promote recreation and water safety programs
  • Create collaborative partnerships with stakeholders

Board Meetings

Next Meeting:

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 at 3:00 PM

 

To Join the virtual meeting:

Call (669) 900-9128

 

OR

 

Join Zoom Meeting: 

https://zoom.us/j/99371944671?pwd=cEFkRm9vbXp0WWV2NDM4S1ErR1pzQT09

Meeting ID: 993 7194 4671                       Password: 477507

 

December's Agenda:

Click Here for Meeting Agenda

Meeting agendas are posted at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.

Newsletter​​:

Water Quality Monitoring Sessions:

 

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Welcome to the EMRCD!
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The EMRCD is a not-for-profit, special district 170(c)(1), that solely operates on donations, grants, contracts and special fundraising events. It is governed by a Board of Directors, and quality staff, to ensure all community-based efforts help Merced County.

 

In accordance with California SB 272, the EMRCD provides a list of “enterprise” systems that are used across multiple departments or that contain information collected about the public and are systems that serve as original sources of data within an agency. The enterprise catalog can be viewed by clicking here.

© 2017 by East Merced Resource Conservation District 

Address: 2926 G. Street Merced, CA 95340

Merced County Fair

Kimberly Rodriguez (left) Erika Casillas (right) won 3rd place for their watershed booth at the Merced County Fair, 2018