Siskiyou Resource Conservation District

The Siskiyou RCD is a Special District of Siskiyou County, California that was established in 1949. The Siskiyou RCD works for the landowners of the Agricultural, Residential and Forest lands of the Scott Valley and Scott River watershed. The Scott River is a major tributary of the Klamath River located in Western Siskiyou County in far Northern California.

The mission of the Siskiyou RCD is to recognize, identify, and meet conservation and restoration needs through volunatary landowner and resource user participation by providing technical, financial, and educational leadership within the boundaries of the District.
The Siskiyou RCD performs an extensive array of projects to protect the Natural Resources and rural lisfestyle of the Scott River watershed. Projects include agricultural and diversion improvement, riparian protection and enhancement, water conservation, fisheries and wildlife habitat improvement,water quality monitoring, and biological monitoring.

The Siskiyou RCD works directly with local landowners and government agencies. The Siskiyou RCD works in concert with the Scott River Watershed Council and public and private sectors to cooperatively seek solutions to help manage local resources and to solve natural resource related problems.


Contact Siskiyou Resource Conservation District

Contact Siskiyou Resource Conservation District

Carolyn Pimentel
District Manager
450 Main Street
Etna, California  96027
Phone: (530) 467-3975
Fax: (530) 467-5617


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Siskiyou County, California