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Hat Creek

NE CA Cal FRAME Partnership

Due to construction, our phone line is temporarily disabled. If you need to contact us please email fallriverrcd@citlink.net

About

The Fall River Resource Conservation District (FRRCD) was organized in 1957 and consists of approximately 1.2 million acres in northeastern California, including parts of Shasta, Siskiyou, Lassen and Modoc Counties.

Mission

The mission of the Fall River RCD is to support private and public landowners in the use and management of natural resources that will ensure the sustained highest economic, social, and environmental benefits of these resources. This support is expressed through the coordination of public agency referrals and information, the implementation of natural resource programs, education, and the organization of land

management services. 

Recently

CDL Truck Driving Course moves forward at Shasta College

Dec 19th

6 PM

Special Board Meeting

Current Agenda

Spring Grazing Lease out for Bid

Fall River RCD is accepting bids for a spring cattle grazing lease north of Fall River Lake. Details of the lease are as follows:

Season: April 1st – June 1st of each year, 5 year term.

190 acres with approximately 30 AUM’s available for the season.

Interested parties must carry and provide proof of insurance as well as list the RCD as additionally insured upon signing of lease.

Please provide bids on a $/AUM basis. Bids will be accepted until February 20th, 2023.

For more details or to provide a bid please contact Julie Allen at (760) 264 – 3444

A burned forest

Funding for Forest Health and Fire Resilience Achieved

Currently In The Fall River

Funding for Fire Resiliency Achieved

The Burney-Hat Creek Community Forest and Watershed Group (Collaborative) and Burney Basins Fire Safe Council (BBFSC) have identified multiple restoration opportunities on public, state, and private lands to make increase forest resilience, accelerate reforestation of severely burned forests, and reduce the risk of future catastrophic fire impacts to both communities and natural resources. Forest thinning through the diameter class and other fuel treatments (e.g. mastication, prescribed fire) would be used to reduce forest biomass and surface fuels in order to reduce the risk of catastrophic fire. This reduction would help to protect tree-based carbon stocks, improve growth rates and carbon uptake of residual trees, and minimize greenhouse gas released in the instance of wildfire. In cooperation with many partners we have achieved funding through California Climate Initiative to implements these vital forest health projects.

Kayaking, canoeing and fishing the Fall River are spectacular this time of year. Plentiful wildlife, fish, and natural beauty make for a memorable summer day.

Hoar frost

Fountain Wind Project Info

Currently in Fall River Valley

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