Fall River Resource Conservation District

The mission of the Fall River Resource Conservation District is to support private and public landowners in the use and management of natural resources that will ensure the sustained highest economic, social, and environmental benefits of these resources. This support is expressed through the coordination of public agency referrals and information, the implementation of natural resource programs, education, and the organization of land management services.

The Fall River Resource Conservation District (FRRCD) was organized in 1957 and consists of approximately 1.2 million acres in northeastern California, including parts of Shasta, Siskiyou, Lassen and Modoc Counties.

The FRRCD provides a number of important services to local landowners. Conservation of soil and water on rangeland, pastureland, irrigated cropland, and the water quality of Fall River, Pit River, Hat Creek, Burney Creek and all the watersheds in the district are the focus of the District. The residents in the district have benefited from a number of educational workshops on a variety of topics from fuel reduction to noxious weed control.

The Shasta County Board of Supervisors appoints RCD Directors who serve voluntarily. The Fall River RCD has seven local directors, who assume leadership positions within the district by providing direction in their community’s natural resource programs.

Contact Fall River Resource Conservation District

Patty Betz
Administrative Assistant
P.O. Box 83
Mcarthur, California  96056-0083
Phone: (530) 336-6591
Fax: (530)336-5618


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Shasta County, California

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