Welcome!

NEXT BCRCD BOARD MEETING:

JULY 22, 2014

BCRCD Board Meeting Agenda

Agendas are posted publicly 72 hours prior to board meeting.

Board Meeting Agendas are also sent to an electronic distribution list.

For more information click on Meetings tab or call 530-534-0112 ext. 122

SAM'S ENDEAVORS...

Sam Rossi - BCRCD Conservation Associate

MARCH 29TH RIVER CLEAN-UP WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!!!! READ ALL ABOUT IT HERE!

See Video of Clean-Up Day Here: March 29 2014 Clean-Up Day Video

!!!!!! Exhilarating and rewarding - Join us for our neXT river CLEAN-UP DAY !!!!!!

NEXT RIVER CLEAN-UP DAY...to be announced

!!Help Us Keep Our Roadways Clean - The "Crew" is Working - Come Join Us!!

NEXT ADOPT-A-HIWAY CLEAN-UP DAY...to be announced

RECAP OF OUR FIRST BCRCD ADOPT-A-HIWAY CLEANUP DAY Nov 22, 2013

BCRCD reaches out to citizens concerning water issues: Watershed Education Press Rrelease

BCRCD - AmeriCorps & Local Non-Profit Organizations form PARTNERSHIP: By Sam Rossi

NEWS...

USDA FARM SERVICE AGENCY JOB OPPORTUNITY!! SEE DETAILS HERE

Livestock Producers Affected by Severe Weather Urged to Keep Good Records: See Information Below

Visit www.fsa.usda.gov or an FSA county office to learn more about FSA programs and loans. For information about USDA’s Farm Bill implementation plan, visit www.usda.gov/farmbill.

FRAUD ALERT!

Producers should be aware of fraudulent letter circulating

Click link for details! USDA Newsletter November 2013

Gypsy Moth found in Butte County!

 

PROJECTS and EVENTS...

Project Learning Tree Certification Workshop Flyer - March 8, 2014 - Chico Creek Nature Center

UCCE is Hosting a 9 Part Weekly Webinar Series on Reforestation in CA beginning in Jan 2014

4-HNesting Boxes Available Now!

UCCE Butte County 4-H Clubs and Butte County Resource Conservation District are partnering in the production and selling of nesting boxes to farmers, rancher and land owners.

All boxes are built and painted by Butte County 4-H club members. The nesting boxes meet the specifications required by the NRCS conservation programs.

All funds raised from the sale of nesting boxes help support Butte County 4-H Clubs and BCRCD.

Contact Butte County RCD for more information or follow this link to order.

Click on Owl, Song bird, Wood Duck and Bat photos below for specifics.

BCRCD is proud to be supporting and promoting the UCCE 4-H Club program

 

“Friends of BCRCD” Membership Drive

Become a Member of Today!

A “Friends of BCRCD” Membership is an investment in your community through your local Butte County Resource Conservation District. As a supporting member you are contributing to the protection and enhancement of natural and agricultural resources of Butte County. BCRCD is dedicated to the wise use of these resources assuring they will be here for future generations to use and enjoy!

“Friends of BCRCD” Membership Options

Once a year member: Any amount one time per year.

Single payment: For individuals wishing to contribute one-time-only with no obligation to continue.

(For above options please make checks payable to BCRCD or use DONATE button to get started!)

Sustaining member: A monthly direct deposit from your bank account in any amount. Direct Deposit Form.

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With each membership you will receive name recognition on our website plus a hyper link to your personal and/or business website(s).

Any amount is greatly appreciated!

Your kind consideration of support is very much appreciated and we look forward to a long lasting relationship. Contributions to the “Friends of BCRCD” Membership Drive are tax deductible gifts as outlined under IRS tax codes. Receipt is available upon request.

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