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El Dorado and Georgetown Divide Resource Conservation Districts Overview

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Resource conservation districts are local government organizations that advise and assist individual landowners and public agencies in planning and implementation of conservation practices for the protection, restoration, or development of land, water, and related natural resources. The El Dorado County Resource Conservation District, established in 1940, is a local, independent, non-enforcement, non-regulatory, self-governed district organized under Division 9 of the Public Resources Code. The Georgetown Divide Resource Conservation District was established in 1953.

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