Tehachapi Resource Conservation District (est. 1947) 
Conserving & Enhancing Our Natural Resources & Environment

The Tehachapi Resource Conservation District (TRCD) facilitates a diversity of resource conservation projects, including soil and water conservation projects, wildlife habitat enhancement and restoration, control of exotic plant species, watershed restoration, conservation planning, and education, among others.

The TRCD Native Plant Sale Event is coming April 20, 2019!
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Our 2019 TRCD Native Plant Sale Online Store is now closed for this year’s sale.
• Store closed at 11:59PM April 9,2018
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR ORDERS!
Pickup Date for Plants Saturday, April 20, 2019 (9am to 1pm)

Complete details here…
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Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the Plant Sale!
A limited supply of plants and trees will be available at the Native Plant Sale Event.
All plants offered have been selected for suitability for the general Tehachapi area.

Ribes sanguineum (Red Flowering Currant) - 1 Gallon

Next Meeting

 

April 3, 2019 – 6pm

at Tehachapi Resource Conservation District

321 W. C St. – Tehachapi, CA

Tehachapi Resource Conservation District News

LAST Day to place your order for this year’s plant sale!

It's time again for the annual Tehachapi Resource Conservation District plant sale! Greetings, Gardeners! It's time again for the annual Tehachapi Resource Conservation District plant sale! The list is longer this year to provide more low-water, bird and pollinator...

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Why Native Plants?

Why Native Plants? Why Natives? #1 - Native plants save money! They prefer little to no soil amendments when planting, don't like fertilizers and need far less water than non-native plants. #2 - Native plants attract and feed the hummingbirds and butterflies that...

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Range Camp 2019
Tehachapi Resource Conservation District will sponsor a student to go to Range Camp
Please email us here for more information.

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Learn more about our Mission and Stewardship.

Read about the History of the Tehachapi Resource Conservation District.
Find out about our Current Projects.
Contact the Tehachapi Resource Conservation District with any questions, inquiries or concerns you may have.

Invasive Plants and Drought – A very timely and informative article, click here to read it.