- ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY CLEAN-UP DAY - TO BE ANNOUNCED
GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR 2014-2015 OHV GRANTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC REVIEW
CLICK LINK FOR DETAILS: Butte County Public Works OHV
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.
Contact: Sarah Reynolds at 530-534-0112 ext. 122 for more details.
B.E.E.P. (Broom Education and Eradication Program) - Last Pull of the Season - MARCH 14, 2015
ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY CLEAN-UP DAY - DECEMBER 10, 2014
River Cleanup Program Flyer - River Cleanup Press
Release -----MARCH 29. 2014
Adopt-A-Highway Clean-Up Day
January 2014 River Cleanup was a GREAT SUCCESS!!
DO YOU NEED A RIVER CLEAN UP? Click here for
RIVER CLEAN UP SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 25, 2014 - PRESS RELEASE
SEE: Jan 25,
2014 RIVER CLEAN UP PROGRAM FLYER
ADOPT-A-HIWAY CLEANUP DAY JAN 15 2014 ...COME JOIN
DO YOU NEED A RIVER CLEAN UP? River Cleanup
Press Release Jan 2014
PG&E AG WORKSHOP : JANUARY 15, 2014 : RSVP
BY JANUARY 6,
B.E.E.P. (Broom Education and Eradication Program)
Butte County Weed Management Project
ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY CLEAN-UP DAY - NOV 22, 2013!!!
Adopt- A- Highway PRESS RELEASE
Flyer NOV 22 2013
OUR FIRST BCRCD ADOPT-A-HIWAY CLEANUP DAY Nov 22, 2013
Click link below to hear an interview with...
Dan Taverner and Kelly Peterson speaking about BCRCD and NRCS!!
UC DAVIS University of California is conducting a Sacramento Valley
PID_Forest_Assess_Draft_Release April 2012
Forest Assessment References and Appendices
Forest Assessment Feedback Form
Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for the proposed Forbestown Fuel Break Project Butte County, CA
Appendix A Photos
Links to these projects will appear soon...
Butte County Weed Management Area- Skeleton weed and Broom Eradication
Butte Creek Watershed Implementation Project
Lower Feather River/Honcut Creek Watershed Assessment
CA Department of Fish and Game- Master Lease Agreement
Cal trans Mitigation Easement
New Report - Copy - for PDF
Practices Outreach Project