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Placer County Resource Conservation District

Purpose

The Placer County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is an independent self-governing body dedicated to identifying natural resource management and conservations issues, providing education and technical assistance or direction to private landowners and operators and local entities. Independently and in collaboration with other local, state, and federal agencies and organizations, the RCD will implement programs and plans to conserve and enhance the natural resources of the district while inspiring the mobilizing public conservation awareness and involvement.

Conflict of Interest - Yes

Composition

Seven (7) At-Large members.

Contacts

Katie Maloney, Operations Manager
251 Auburn Ravine, Ste 107
Auburn, CA 95603-3719
530-885-3046

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By Expires
1 Andrew Dave Funk Public At-Large 4 years Board of Supervisors 11/30/2014
2 Christine Johnson Public At-Large 4 years Board of Supervisors 11/30/2014
3 Claudia A. Smith Public At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 11/30/2016
4 Robert Wiswell, Jr. Public At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 11/30/2016
5 Steve Garcia Public At-Large 4 years Board of Supervisors 11/30/2014
6 Thomas Wehri Public At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 11/30/2016
7 Robin Mahoney Public At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 11/30/2016
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