Sierra Valley Resource Conservation Districtlast updated: March 2017

The Sierra Valley Resource Conservation District (SVRCD) has been coordinating local conservation and restoration programs since the 1940's. Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) were organized for the purposes of soil, water and natural resource conservation.

Categories of focused interest for Sierra Valley RCD include stream restoration and erosion control, 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.

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 projects.  Our partners include the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Sevice, US Forest Service, UC Cooperative Extension and private landowners & land managers.

Contact Sierra Valley Resource Conservation District

Contact Sierra Valley Resource Conservation District

Victoria Fisher
Office Manager
PO Box 882
Loyalton, California  96118
Phone: 530-430-7780


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Plumas County, California

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