Attention Farmers, Ranchers and Forest Land Owners.
If you were directly affected by the Butte Fire there are assistance programs to help replant (trees) or reseed (rangeland), help control brush, implement erosion control measures, and replace range improvements burned in the fire.
The USDA Farm Service Agency & NRCS will be taking application for:
- Livestock Indemnity
- Fencing Repair
- Feed Loss
- Ground Repair (Seeding)
- Short Term Loans
- And much more…
Applications for the 2016 NAP program will also be taken at this time.
If you have any questions please call the Farm Service Agency at (209)472-7127 or the NRCS office at (209)223-6528
Need more information?
Check out the documents below to guide you in helping your land recover after fire.
AFTER FIRE AFFECTS:
EROSION CONTROL METHODS:
WHAT TO PLANT:
Amador RCD Board Meeting Information Date: Third Thursday of every month Time: 3pm-5pm Location: 12200 Airport Road, Jackson, CA 95685
- January: Agenda/Minutes
- February Special Meeting: Agenda/Minutes
- February Meeting: Agenda/Minutes
- March Special Meeting: Agenda/Minutes
- March: Agenda/Minutes
- April: Agenda/Minutes
- May: Agenda/Minutes
- June: Agenda/Minutes
- July: Agenda/Minutes
- August: Agenda/Minutes
- September: Agenda/Minutes
- October: Agenda/Minutes
- November: Agenda/Minutes
- December: Agenda/Minutes
Application Deadline for NRCS Conservation Programs Fast Approaching
Eligible producers are encouraged to apply for assistance by Nov. 16, 2012… 092412 FY13 Application Deadline
The California Association of Resource Conservation Districts Central Sierra Region Fall Meeting will be hosted by Amador Resource Conservation District.
Date & Time: Friday, October 26, 2010 – 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Location: Cuneo Ranch/Chichizola Store, 1324 Jackson Gate Road, Jackson, CA (map attached; this is the office of the Motherlode Land Trust, which has graciously allowed us to hold our meeting at this historic site)
2012 CARCD Regional Mtg Agenda
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Niche Meat Marketing workshop Sept 17, 2012
Please RSVP to attend
The following pdf documents contain information for the 2012 Speak Off Contest.Applicants please read Rule and Application.
Press Release-Speakoff Contest
Development of the Long Term Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program will put irrigated ag under further pressure to demonstrate that they can improve surface and groundwater quality
The Board of Directors of the Amador Resource Conservation District voted at our August 19, 2010 meeting to hold a Water Agency Candidate’s Forum on Tuesday, October 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the evening. We held a forum two years ago and the feedback that we got was very positive. Our objectives for this forum are:
A. To provide the candidates with an opportunity to get their message out to the voters of Amador County.
B. To give the voters of the county an opportunity to know the candidates and ask questions of them.
C. To help ensure that our water agency board of directors is made up of the best qualified individuals.
The previous forum’s format was that each candidate had time to give an opening statement and then we presented a number of questions to the candidates that each was given a chance to answer. The public also had some time to submit questions of their own. The forum was moderated by Mr. Giles Turner, a respected teacher at Amador High School and we asked the candidates to hold to some reasonable time frames for their comments and answers. We expect that the forum will be held at the Supervisors’ chambers in Jackson and that it will not exceed two hours in length.
We would like to solicit questions and issues from all of the candidates. These would be questions/issues that you all feel need to be brought out for the benefit of the voters.
We feel that the way we organized the forum two years ago promoted the civil and courteous exchange of ideas and we will be sure that this forum is conducted in a similar way.
If you will please get back to me with your availability and your questions/issues, I will keep you informed as to how this is shaping up.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me (296-1569) and if I’m not in my office, please leave me a message.
On August 12, 2010, an informational workshop regarding state regulations associated with water diversions was held at the County Fairgrounds in Plymouth. The workshop was sponsored by the California Cattlemen’s Association and the Farm Bureau.
read more.. Water Diversion ltr dispatch
The Ca Cattleman’s Association in conjunction with the Rangeland Coalition (which CARCD is a part of) have put together a survey to better understand the potential role that ranchers play in ecosystem services markets.
If you are a rancher please fill out the survey. Please pass this on to ranchers you know.
Link to the survey:
The goal of the survey is to understand ranchers’ level of interest and the potential for developing payments for the ecosystem services (i.e. environmental benefits such as carbon sequestration, water quality improvements, wildlife habitat, etc.) that ranching provides. Emerging markets offer the potential to provide a financial return to ranchers for good environmental stewardship by creating new economic incentives for practices that improve the quality of water, soil, air and wildlife habitat on working landscapes.
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Tracy Schohr in the CCA office at (916) 444-0845 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.