We provided a $1 million grant to Sierra Nevada Journeys, a nonprofit that provides outdoor programs to kids from Northern California and Nevada.
We provided $1 million for the fourth phase of a fuels reduction project near Nevada City to protect vital water infrastructure and communities.
The Little Grass Valley Reservoir Watershed Protection Project should have a big impact in protecting communities and infrastructure from destructive wildfire.
What our partners have been able to accomplish with support from the Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program (RFFCP) funding is remarkable.
The mill will provide a much-needed market for fire-killed hazard trees and rough-cut lumber for rebuilding communities damaged by the Dixie Fire.
The Caples Project was one of the largest treated areas in the Caldor Fire burn area, which remained resilient despite extreme heat and drought in 2021.
Although Pollock Pines and Sly Park were directly in the Caldor Fire’s path, they didn’t lose a single home or structure in the fire.
Amid the Dixie Fire, Feather River RCD proves that building capacity strengthens organizational resilience, disaster response, and project-pipeline integrity.