NCRC HAS AN EXTENSIVE TRACK RECORD OF SUCCESS
Collaboration holds not just a prominent position in the mission statement of the organization, but is the foundation of it's success.
NCRC maintains participating agreements with the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.
NCRC participates in the Siskiyou Resource Conservation District, Scott River Watershed Council, Shasta Resource Conservation District, Shasta Valley CRMP and the Upper Sacramento River Exchange.
Collaboration at a grass roots level is best exemplified in the fiscal/administrative oversight role that NCRC plays for five volunteer Fire Safe Councils within the Scott Valley Watershed.
Having worked extensively with the California Department of Fish and Game and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, NCRC is integrally involved in the Shasta and Scott Watersheds as well as other vital watersheds in Northern California. Such experience qualifies NCRC to play it's active and effective role in the interpretation and implementation of the Recovery Strategy for California Coho Salmon and the California Steelhead Restoration and Management Plan.
Restoration of Western Tributaries to the Sacramento River
In collaboration with the Cantara Trustee Council and the U.S. Forest Service, NCRC restored twelve highly eroded sites and meadows within Slate Creek and Boulder Creek on the upper Sacramento River.
Lower Scott River Road Shaded Fuel Break Project
In collaboration with the Lower Scott River Fire Safe Council, Klamath National Forest, CDF and other partners, NCRC designed and implemented a seven mile (71 acres) shaded fuel break along the Lower Scott River Road.
A Study of Select Historic Orchards of Trinity County
In collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management, NCRC assessed and undertook preservation methods on three historic orchard sites within Trinity County, California.
Scott River and Tributary Thermal Refugia and Habitat Condition
In collaboration with the Scott River Ranger District, Klamath National Forest, NCRC is implementing a multi year assessment of thermal refugia and habitat conditions for anadromous fisheries within the Lower Scott River and associated tributaries.
Restoration of the Larry Wehmeyer Education Area
In collaboration with the Siskiyou County School District, NCRC and SHN Engineering are implementing the restoration and design for future development of the existing natural resource education center located in Mount Shasta, California.
Squaw Meadow and Trail Restoration
In collaboration with the Upper Sacramento River Exchange, the Shasta Trinity National Forest and numerous volunteers, NCRC reconstructed and repaired existing trail and meadow systems in the Squaw Meadow area on Mount Shasta.
Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area Assessment
In collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management and the California Department of Fish and Game, NCRC performed cultural resource and botanical assessments on approximately 1,500 acres of the Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area located in Siskiyou County, California.
Archeological Study and Excavation of Pre-Historic Sites on the Klamath River
In collaboration with Notre Dame University and the Bureau of Land Management, NCRC participated in the study and excavation of three pre-historic sites within the Klamath River Basin.
Northern California Resource Center
P.O. Box 342 Fort Jones, California 96032