Million Trees Napa is a program of the Napa County Resource Conservation District (Napa RCD), which was established in June 1945 as a special district of the State of California. Napa RCD’s mission is to support and empower everyone in Napa County to conserve, protect, and restore natural resources and sustainably manage working lands. It is truly a “grass-roots” organization dedicated to implementing projects on local public and private lands and educating landowners and the public about resource conservation on a voluntary basis. Napa RCD's funding primarily comes from grants and contracts, with about 10% of its budget coming from local property tax.
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Million Trees Napa is guided by local community members who understand what the local forest stewardship needs and concerns are and help steer the program in the right direction.