THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE TOOL LIBRARY SURVEY
The Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District (RCD) has heard the interest coming from the agricultural community in developing a library of rentable tools. Gold Ridge RCD would like to support the economic vitality of our local farmers, ranchers and land managers by providing tools for rent at an affordable price. Suggestions on tools we have received thus far have focused on the essential tools that are difficult for individual land managers to afford. We hope this survey will help us identify the community's most in-demand tools.
The Gold Ridge RCD currently rents out a no-till drill to the community at a rate of $100/day for district landowners and $150/day for folks who live or own property outside the district.
An example of a working tool library, on a smaller scale, is the Santa Rosa Tool Library, which rents hand and power tools for landscaping, home repair, and automotive work free of charge.
Please complete this survey by March 1, 2016. We appreciate your time in answering the following questions. Your participation is so useful to us in pursuing this new offering to our community. Thank you.
Please contact our office with any questions: 707-823-5244
OUR VISION: WHAT WE ARE BUILDING
"Our vision is a healthy and sustainable natural and human community with clean water, wildlife, resilient landscapes and thriving agriculture."
OUR MISSION: WHY THE RCD EXISTS
“Our mission is to enhance natural resources now and for future generations by providing technical assistance, access to funding, and education to landowners, land managers and all other members of our community.”