Join us for the 2nd Annual Voluntary Conservation and Land Management Assistance Workshop! This is a regional work- shop for land managers looking for funding or technical
assistance on conserving their land, agricultural operations, land management best practices, and more. The purpose of this workshop is to provide resources to:
- Assist landowners to enhance and maintain native plants and animals on their lands
- Aid in resource management for farmers
- Add biological and conservation value to current uses and practices
- Help landowners understand planning processes and receive technical assistance
- Increase knowledge of technical assistance and grant programs for landowners
Who should attend:
- Land managers* who maintain working lands interested in learning about programs that assist with current operations; or
- Land managers seeking opportunities to initiate conservation or sustainable land management practices; or
- Organizations interested in opportunities for conservation or sustainable land management practices on privately-owned lands. *Land managers may include property owners, lessees, land managers, etc.
For those attending in person, there will be an opportunity to engage with representatives from the programs participating in the workshop to ask questions and receive technical assistance.
The workshop will also include a virtual option via Zoom for a 30-minute overview of the funding assistance programs participating in the workshop.
location: County Operations Center Hearing Room, 5520 Overland, San Diego, CA 92123
Online Program Overview via Zoom (4:00 – 4:30 PM)
For more information about this event, please contact:
County of San Diego –
Stephanie Neal, Stephanie.Neal@sdcounty.ca.gov
UC Agriculture and Natural Resources –
Chandra Richards, email@example.com, (619-786-2620)