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Welcome to SVRCD.   

        SVRCD serves the local community and landowners to provide assistance
    with all resource concerns.  The degree of assistance varies, but relies heavily
    on partnerships with both public and private land managers and successful
    grant applications to implement conservation projects.  Our partners include the
    USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service,  US Forest Service, UC
    Cooperative Extension and private landowners & land managers.

                                                  Current Events

                              *  Sierra Valley RCD Board Meeting
                                          June 7, 2017  2:00pm  
                                       Sierraville Ranger District
                                            Hwy 89 Sierraville

         SNC provided funding to the Sierra Valley RCD
for two agricultural lands improvement projects which wrapped up in 2016.
Visit the SNC Website for the Success Stories.

                                       Sierra Nevada Conservancy
                   Prop 84 Agriculture Land Grants
                 Grant Success Stories

        Upper Long Valley Creek Agricultural Lands Improvement Project

     Sierra Valley Agricultural Water Quality and Habitat Enhancement Project

                              *  Plumas-Sierra County Fair
                          WEEDS Management Group Booth
           2nd Week in August 2017

        * Groundwater Management Workshops & Outreach Events
  2017 Times & Dates TBA
         For more info contact:


  Local partnership agricultural organizations:    
Sierra Valley RCD --
Feather River RCD --
Sierra Valley Groundwater Management District --
Plumas-Sierra Farm Bureau --        
Plumas-Sierra Cattlemen - or
Upper Feather River Watershed Group --

           Categories of regional interest for the Sierra Valley RCD include: stream
    restoration and erosion control, water conservation and use efficiency,  invasive
    specie and noxious weed control, agricultural economic stability, habitat
    enhancement, recreation and ag tourism, protection of water quality and
    quantity, and conservation education and outreach.

    Contact us for more information on any of these topics at:   
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