Resource Management provides natural resource contract services to private land owners, public land management organizations, and other natural resource companies.
The Scott River Water Trust is the first active water trust in California, obtaining its first water leases in 2007. It's purpose is to improve streamflow in priority fish habitat of the Scott River and its tributaries through voluntary leases with agricultural water users in the Scott Valley.
The Siskiyou RCD's mission is to identify conservation and restoration needs. Offer to landowners and resource user’s assistance to meet those needs, and offer assistance through technical, financial, and educational leadership.
The Shasta Valley RCD is a special district serving central Siskiyou County, California. Their mission, and vision set our goals, objectives and focus our efforts with local direction from our Board of Directors.
Klamath Bird Observatory, based in Ashland, Oregon, advances bird and habitat conservation through science, education, and partnerships.
Check out The KBO Dec. 10th blog post about their partership with the SRWC and our efforts! http://www.klamathbird.org/the-klamath-call-note/conservation/3123
Sugar Creek Ranch is a tremendous restoration partner for the entire Scott River watershed.
MKWC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization formed by a diverse group of participants in 2001. Our programs in the Middle Klamath subbasin include Watershed Education, Invasive Weed Management, Roads, Fire and Fuels, Fisheries, Wildlife, Foodsheds and Native Plants.
The Salmon River Restoration Council (SRRC) is a community-based non-profit group that works collaboratively to assess, protect, maintain, and restore the ecosystems of California's spectacular Salmon River watershed.
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