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NEXT BCRCD BOARD MEETING:

AUGUST 25, 2015

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

 

NEWSLETTER..."CONSERVATION CORNER"

August 2015 - http://eepurl.com/bvvwMT

July 2015 - http://eepurl.com/bsYtzP

 

COMMUNITY-WIDE RIVERFRONT CLEANUP - SEPTEMBER 19, 2015

 

The Butte County RCD is seeking support for our annual Great Sierra River Cleanup in Oroville, CA.

We are expecting 200 volunteers to help clean the Feather River!

Donations are tax deductible and will be a tremendous help in making this event successful.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or participating please contact:

Alyssa Cordova at Butte County RCD (530)5340112x125

Thank you!

 

ANNOUNCING: 2015 High School Student Speak-off Contest

This year’s topic:

“How can RCDs become more involved with Conservation Education?”

Applications are due by October 1, 2015 - See Speak Off 2015 Details Here






ALYSSA'S ENDEAVORS

Alyssa Cordova joined BCRCD as AmeriCorps Conservation Associate in October 2014

Butte County Resource Conservation District is PROUD to be an AmeriCorps Host Site since 2013

CONTACT: Alyssa Cordova to hear about her AMERICORPS experience and projects

534-0112 ext 125


PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS...

 

partnership benefits wildlife and local 4-H youth

An exciting partnership has been formed between the Butte County Resource Conservation District and the Butte County 4-H Youth Development Program.  Through this partnership nesting boxes are built, sold and distributed to farmers/ranchers and local community.

Each nesting box sold raises funds which go directly back into the 4-H club.  These funds are used to support the many activities the 4-H Youth Development Program offers its members.

4-H youth build the Owl, Duck, Bird and Bat Boxes.  Butte County RCD takes orders and distributes the boxes to farmers and ranchers involved in conservation projects and programs.    Each of these boxes has been designed to provide a suitable cavity for nesting as well as to provide protection from predators. BCRCD also provides specific installation instructions.

The wildlife nesting boxes are available to any county resident interested in providing wildlife habitat on their property.

for more details Contact: Sarah Reynolds at 530-534-0112 ext. 122

 

“Friends of BCRCD”

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

With each membership you will receive name recognition on our website plus a hyperlink 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.

Thank You!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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