Under supervision, assists in the administration and implementation of TCRCD programs including: Regional Water Conservation Program Small Parcel Storm Water Pollution Prevention and Land Stewardship Program   Part time, temporary grant funded position, minimum 20 hours per week.  Interested applicants please submit Cover Letter and Resume to Stephanie Suess, Program Manager (stephanie@tcrcd.org) by 5pm on Tuesday September 20th,...

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Please join the Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District and the Bureau of Reclamation for the annual Great Sierra River Cleanup at New Melones on September 17th, 2016. Registration will begin at 8:00am in the Visitor Center parking lot and work will begin at 9:00am. Breakfast treats will be provided as will trash bags and gloves. Please wear sturdy shoes, sunscreen and bring a reusable water bottle. This clean up is family...

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The Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District Board of Directors will hold its August board meeting on Wednesday August 17th, 2016 at 5:30pm at the District Office.   TCRCD Board Meeting Packet - August 2016 TCRCD Water Quality Monitoring Manual - For Review   For questions or additional information please contact District Manager Lindsay Mattos at lindsay@tcrcd.org or (209)...

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GSRC August 13th


Posted By on Aug 5, 2016

Great Sierra River Cleanup Tuolumne-Don Pedro For many years, careless visitors have dumped all kinds of refuse including old vehicles, appliances and furniture off the side of the canyon into the Wards Ferry Bridge area of the lower Tuolumne River. Some of this debris has recently been exposed after years of coverage by sediment and water. We’d like your help to remove this unsightly debris and trash from the Tuolumne River Canyon!...

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The Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District will host a free Pump and Energy Efficiency Seminar on Thursday August 4th from 3pm - 5pm at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds, complimentary dinner following presentation with RSVP by August 2nd. This is offered through Fresno State's Center for Irrigation Technology and PG&E.   Who should attend? Well owners, water providers, growers, engineers, irrigation managers, and field...

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Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District is seeking a Forester to provide quality technical assistance and conservation planning on private forests to address forest health issues related to drought and insect tree mortality.  Registered Professional Forester preferred. For questions or additional information (209) 984-0500 or lindsay@tcrcd.org. Forestry Position Announcement _ 2016 <<< Position Description  ...

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