CRCD June 2020 News

Conservation Planning

If you have property that has brush, dead and dying trees, downed logs, noxious weeds like poison oak and the like, then you should get a hold of us. You may qualify for an NRCS program known as EQIP. It costs nothing to have a plan drawn up and if you qualify 50% of the work cost can be covered by the program. Send us an email describing your situation and we’ll be happy to help you.

Monarch Butterfly Habitats

We are happy to report the we have been awarded another grant through the Xerces Society to build additional monarch butterfly habitats in Eastern Madera County. Last year we built several habitats in North Fork and O’neals. It was a great opportunity to get students involved as well. Three habitats were planted at North Fork Elementary, Spring Valley and Minarets High School respectively. Check out our Monarch Butterfly project page to learn more.