Author Archives: Jill Demers

Non-industrial Forest Landowner Forest Management Plan Application – OPEN

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD) is inviting non-industrial forest landowners to apply to receive technical assistance in creating a long-term document to guide land management decisions, called Forest Management Plans. A Registered Professional Forester (RPF) of the landowner’s choice will write a FMP for private landowners at no cost to the landowner. The…

Program Update and Application Deadline Extended: A Small Ag Business Drought and Flood Relief Grant Program

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD) has partnered with Lendistry and the California Small Agricultural Business Drought & Flood Relief Grant Program to provide relief to small agricultural businesses that experienced a decline in annual gross receipts or gross profits due to drought or storm flood conditions. For more information and to apply for…

Request for Proposals – Post Fire Disaster Recovery – RPF Services

HCRCD is requesting proposals from qualified individual Registered Professional Foresters (RPFs) or Forestry firms with qualified RPFs to plan for and assist with implementation of post fire disaster recovery treatments on private lands within the 2021 Knob Fire wildfire perimeter and the 2022 Six Rivers National Forest (SRNF) Lightning Complex Fire wildfire perimeter. Funding is…

Greater Willow Creek Wildfire Resilience Project – Nov 8th Meeting

Join us on November 8th to learn more about the grant awarded to Humboldt County Resource Conservation District and partners under the U.S. Forest Service’s Community Wildfire Defense Grant to implement a suite of area-wide outreach, education, and implementation actions as well as the implementation of 9 priority fuels reduction projects in and around the…

Non-industrial Forest Landowner Forest Management Plan Application – OPEN

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD) is inviting non-industrial forest landowners to apply to receive technical assistance in creating a long-term document to guide land management decisions, called Forest Management Plans. A Registered Professional Forester (RPF) of the landowner’s choice will write a FMP for private landowners at no cost to the landowner. The…

Greater Willow Creek Community Meeting

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District and partners were awarded over $5 million under the U.S. Forest Service’s Community Wildfire Defense Grant to implement a suite of area-wide outreach, education, and implementation actions as well as the implementation of 9 priority fuels reduction projects in and around the communities Willow Creek, Salyer, and Hawkins Bar…

California Small Agricultural Business Drought and Flood Relief Grant Program

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD) has partnered with Lendistry and the California Small Agricultural Business Drought & Flood Relief Grant Program to provide relief to small agricultural businesses that experienced a decline in annual gross receipts or gross profits due to drought or storm flood conditions. For more information and to apply for…

Audit Services Request for Proposals

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District is seeking proposals from qualified firms of Certified Public Accountants to audit its financial statements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023. Proposals are due October 20, 2023. The Request for Proposals (RFP) can be found here.

Non-industrial Forest Landowner Forest Management Plan Application

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD) is inviting non-industrial forest landowners to apply to receive technical assistance in creating a long-term document to guide land management decisions, called Forest Management Plans. A Registered Professional Forester (RPF) of the landowner’s choice will write a FMP for private landowners at no cost to the landowner. The…

Carbon Farm & Soil Health Planning Technical Assistance Application

The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD) is inviting agricultural land managers who are interested in conservation, soil health, and carbon sequestration to apply to receive technical assistance with on-farm planning at no cost. Plans can be used to seek funding for implementation of recommended practices. HCRCD anticipates selecting 10 – 16 land managers to…