Quick StatsOfficial Name: Butte County Resource Conservation District
Year Founded: 2002
Chief Executive: Mary Ann Pesenti-Thompson
Headquarters: Oroville, CA, USA
Mission: To protect, enhance, and support Butte County natural resources and agriculture by working with willing land owners and citizens through education, land management, and on-the-ground projects
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Language Spoken: English
# Countries Active: USA
Official Website: http://buttecountyrcd.org
Phone: (530) 534-0112 Extension 122
Areas of Focus: Water, Terrestrial Ecosystems, Ecology, Conservation, Agriculture and Farming
Organisation Type: Government Agency
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Butte County Resource Conservation District
The Butte County Resource Conservation District is responsible for working with private landowners, non-government organizations and government agencies to implement natural resource conservation projects throughout the unincorporated areas of Butte County.
Resource Conservation Districts can and do act as a liaison between the private landowner and a multitude of land use programs to meet na...tural resource objectives.
BCRCD is governed by a five member Board of Directors, one from each supervisorial district, made up of local land owners, ranchers and farmers.
Directors are appointed by the Butte County Board of Supervisors on their strengths as active partners in the conservation community.
Associate Directors are appointed by the BCRCD Board of Directors. The Associate Directors do not vote on district business, but serve in an advisory capacity to the board with their knowledge and expertise in special areas of interest.
Staff consists of a District Manager and a part-time administrative assistant.
The District Manager works closely with the Directors and Associate Directors to implement natural resource and agricultural related programs, projects and events while also handling the day to day workings of BCRCD.
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