BOARD MEETING: July 31, 2020 at 9:00am PST.
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In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order N-25-20 regarding COVID-19, the Western Shasta Resource Conservation District will still be performing services and project work, however the office will be closed to
the public to minimize the potential spread of the virus.
To read the full Executive Order, please visit https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/3.12.20-EO-N-25-20-COVID-19.pdf
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China Gulch Fuel Break Project (19-20B)This project, funded through CAL FIRE, involved the construction of an emergency shaded fuel break along the ACID irrigation canal on Canyon Road, the ridge south of Clear Creek, China Gulch Road, Cloverdale Road, to the intersection of Cloverdale Road and Clear Creek Road. The project will cover approximately 500 acres. China Gulch Fuel Break… Read More
Carr Fire Pollution Mitigation Project (27-30)Erosion control areas were determined by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board through geographic information systems (GIS) analysis with consideration of the following parameters: Proximity (within 665 feet) to class I, II, or III waterways that enter the Sacramento River between Keswick Dam and the CA Highway 44 Bridge. The watersheds are: Rock… Read More
CAL FIRE Grant Fuelbreak Outreach (19-28)The McConnell Foundation received a grant from CAL FIRE to conduct hazardous fuels reduction and a fuelbreak within the Carr Fire affected area. The Western Shasta RCD is assisting the McConnell Foundation and VESTRA Resources, Inc. with community outreach and landowner contacts. This is a two-phase project. The first phase is to conduct site assessments… Read More
Castle Crags- Root Creek Forest Fuels and Public Safety Project (39-06)Castle Crags- Root Creek Forest Fuels and Public Safety Project (39-06) The goal of this project is to implement fuels reduction within the Root Creek drainage to protect visitors, adjacent property and forest health. Also includes establishment of an access road that will facilitate costly and effective fuels reduction practices as well as provide emergency access… Read More