Solano Resource Conservation District is an agency that's dedicated to protecting, enhancing and promoting the…More wildlife, soil, water, plant-life and air quality resources within the county.</p>
<p>Programs and services include: Farm Conservation Planning Program; District Landowner Conservation Planning; Best management practices installation and cost sharing; Water Quality Coalition administration; Grant writing to support watershed projects; Watershed group support and coordination; Biannual native plant sale and wildlife fair; Watershed friendly demonstration gardening; Welcome to the Watershed landowner support program; Small Landowner Field Day Series; Environmental education program implementation; Solano County Weed Management Area coordination; Solano County Water Agency committee participation; and Stream, river and upland restoration projects.</p>
<p>Solano RCD shares its offices with Dixon Resource Conservation District and Natural Resource Conservation District, and the three agencies collaborate.</p>
California Water Co. 110 E Mayes St, Dixon, CA95620 The California Water Co. is a utility company with a facility in Dixon. Serving clients in Solano County, it is…More responsible for the treatment and distribution of water to residents. Additionally, it performs testing and diagnostic services for its water supply. For more information on California Water Co., please call the listed number or refer to the website.
Maine Prairie Water District 6595 Pitt School Rd, Dixon, CA95620 Maine Prairie Water District is a utility service company based in Dixon. Serving clients throughout the Solano County…More area, it offers services in the provision and maintenance of its Maine Prairie water source. It is owned and operated by Don Holdener. For more information on Maine Prairie Water District, you may call the listed number.
United States Goverment Natural Resources Convervation Services administers various conservation programs within…More Dixon and outlying territories.</p>
<p>Programs include cost sharing program, water conservation, erosion control, soil program, wildlife program, easement program and many programs having to do with natural resources.</p>
<p>The service shares its offices with Dixon Resource Conservation District and Solano Resource Conservation District, and often works inconjunction with each district.</p>