Northern California Resource Center
A watershed is defined as the land area that drains water to a particular stream, river, or lake. It is a land feature that can be identified by tracing a line along the highest elevations between two areas on a map, often a ridge. Large watersheds, like the Klamath River basin contain multiple sub-watersheds.
Northern California Resource Center (NCRC) helps people help the watersheds in which they live. The maintenance and restoration of a watershed benefits the people who live in and around it by restoring the overall health of the ecosystem within it.
The restoration of a watershed can be as complex as the millions of living organisms that depend on its diversity to survive. NCRC provides the overall expertise needed to properly assess, maintain and repair these delicate systems. NCRC provides hydrology, botany, forestry and fishery services.
If you have any questions about a watershed, please feel free to call the Resource Center at 530-468-2888.
P.O. Box 342 Fort Jones, California 96032