WELCOME TO THE DESERT MOUNTAIN RESOURCE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) areas work to promote and protect economic, natural, and social resources at the local and regional level. They bring together people, needs, and concerns, opportunities, and solutions. The RC&D works on a variety of projects/programs that can benefit the entire community. By supporting the RC&D, you are helping your own community.
THE LOW-DOWN ON D.I.R.T.T.
Dust Issues and Regulations Today and Tomorrow
for discussion with leaders and experts on the region’s dust issues, mitigation, regulations and solutions.
July 31, 2014
California City Community Center
10400 Heather Ave
California City, CA 93505
Registration: $10.00 (includes lunch)
Catering by Gloria’s Mexican Restaurant
To register online and view our agenda:
THANK YOU DOUG!
Mr. Doug Thompson, after many years of generous volunteer service, has resigned from the Desert Mountain Resource Conservation and Development Council (DM RC&D) and Eastern Sierra Connect Regional Broadband Consortium (ESCRBC).
Doug has been with DMRC&D since 2006, serving on the Executive Board since 2010. He has seen the RC&D through crisis, changes, and improvements, and has contributed his time and resources in significant ways with his vision and understanding of potential and possibilities.
Since the foundation was laid through the Broadband Feasibility Study in 2010, and continuing on through the beginnings in 2011, Doug has been active in the Eastern Sierra Connect Regional Broadband Consortium (ESCRBC).
As a local businessman and civic activist, Doug has his hand in many organizations. He loves the Eastern Sierra and has demonstrated his desire to help it become the best it can be for those who live or visit here.
We thank Doug, for all he has done for and with Desert Mountain RC&D and ESCRBC, and we wish him the very best. Happy Trails to you, Doug!
The Desert Mountain Resource Conservation and Development Council are recruiting for a Project Coordinator to promote and protect economic, natural, and social resources at the local and regional level. The Project Coordinator will bring together people, needs, and concerns, opportunities, and solutions. The RC&D works on a variety of projects/programs that can benefit the entire community.
- Implement and coordinate current grant funded projects including monthly and quarterly report preparation and tracking of expenses through QuickBooks.
- Develop and implement yearly and 5 year plans around natural resources, wildlife, vegetation management, economic development, conservation and social resources within the Desert Mountain Resource Conservation and Development Council geographical boundaries.
- Actively participate in community local and regional meetings addressing economic, natural and social resource issues, working towards solutions and identifying grant opportunities.
- Be involved in grant research and writing.
This is a part time position 24 hours per week, Tuesday through Friday with the possibility of becoming full time based on future grants and projects. Candidate must be familiar in Environmental Studies, Environmental Biology or a closely related Natural Science field, be well versed in organizing and facilitating community meetings, and possess excellent computer skills including PowerPoint and social media. Position will also include updating our website and creating newsletters and annual reports as required.
Please send resumes to email@example.com.
THE COUNCIL, THE PROCESS THE PLAN
The RC&D council is the governing body of the RC&D Area and typically is composed of representatives from such organizations as:
• City/County Governments
• Resource Conservation districts
• Educational institutions
• Tribal Governments
• State & Local Agencies
• Environmental organizations
The RC&D program supports the belief that the identification of needs and solutions are best accomplished by local communities dealing with these issues.
DESCRIPTION OF THE AREA
The Desert Mountain Resource Conservation and Development area encompasses a good portion of the high desert and mountain region of southeastern California. The RC&D serves Inyo, San Bernardino, southern Mono, east Kern, eastern Tulare, and the Antelope Valley portion of the Los Angeles County, an area of approximately 24 million acres. The area includes the lowest and highest land elevations (Death Valley negative 238 feet and Mount Whitney 14,495 feet) in the contiguous United States. It is bounded on the east by the California State line, on the north by the southern end of Mono County; on the west by the Kern River watershed, and on the south by the south boundary of San Bernardino County excluding the area within the South Coast RC&D.
Our newest annual report can be accessed here.