The Feather River Resource Conservation District advocates resource conservation through education and collaborative efforts with willing landowners and organizations that promote economic and ecological sustainability.
Sierra Cascade Ecology Program (USDA Forest Service) is hiring two field botanists and/or ecologists to work on the Plumas National Forest this upcoming summer.
Application deadline: February 26, 2020
Link below for Job details:
Moonlight Fire Area Restoration Project Request for Proposals
Solicitation for contractors interested in submitting a bid for Moonlight Fire Area Restoration Project reforestation services is now open.
Please see our Resources Page for details.
Please direct any questions to Brad Graevs at email@example.com
Resource Conservation Technical Assistance
The Feather River RCD is working with programs that assist landowners and land managers to plan and implement resource conservation practices such as riparian restoration, native vegetation and pollinator enhancements, soil health, and carbon farming.
Moonlight Fire Area Restoration Project
Restoring over 4,000 acres of the 65,000 fire footprint that devastated the north central portion of our District.
Plumas Underburn Cooperative
A group of citizens assisting each other in using prescribed fire on private property. Coordinated in collaboration with Plumas County Fire Safe Council.
Crescent Mill Wetlands Mitigation
The Crescent Mills Wetland Conservation Area has been managed and maintained by the RCD since 2005. The site is gradually being restored with native plant species and improved hydrologic function.
Noxious Weed Control
The RCD works with landowners to educate and bring awareness to the threat that invasive plant species pose to our lands, public and private.
Genesee Valley Watershed Improvement Project
The Genesee Valley Watershed Improvement Project utilizes hand-thinning and broadcast burning to reduce fuel loading around Genesee Valley.