BCRCD works closely with our valued partners in providing leadership to identify local resource conservation needs, advocate for effective solutions, and work with suitable people and/or agencies toward project implementation.
Butte County farmers, ranchers and landowners are our most important partners. They work with NRCS and BCRCD voluntarily on their lands to protect and enhance Butte County resources by implementing conservation practices. Some of these conservation practices include erosion control, water quality protection, habitat enhancement, flood management, irrigation efficiency, & nutrient management.
BCRCD Board of Directors
Board members are active partners in the conservation community. They are private landowners with an interest in conserving resources on their own lands.
Mary Ann Thompson
BCRCD Associate Directors
Robert Mackenzie - www.mackenzielandlaw.com
Government Agency and Non-Government Agency Partners
Big Chico Creek Watershed Alliance
Broom Education and Eradication Program (BEEP)
Butte County Firesafe Council
Butte County Hillsliders
Butte Creek/Doe Mill Property Owners
Butte Creek Watershed Conservancy
Butte Meadows/Jonesville Homeowners Association
California Department of Fish and Game
California Department of Food and Agriculture
California Department of Transportation
California Department of Water Resources
California Rangeland Conservation Coalition
California State University, Chico
Central Sacramento Valley Resource Conservation and Development
Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board - Region
City of Yuba City
Foothill Associates, INC.
Pacific Gas and Electric
Sutter County Resource Conservation District
United States Bureau of Land Management
USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
United States Forest Service- Lassen National Forest
University of California Cooperative Extension
Yuba County Resource Conservation District