Our board of directors meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 9:15 AM in the board room at district’s main location. The board may also schedule special meetings at other times when needed, and will post notice according to the Brown Act.
The RCDTC is governed by seven Directors appointed by the Tehama County Board of Supervisors and by non-voting Associate Directors appointed by the RCD's Board of Directors. The board members are all local landowners who volunteer their time to represent the land users in the district, thus ensuring a local voice in natural resource issues.
Our district is dedicated to operating in a transparent manner, and posts relevant financial and operational documents to our site as they become available.
The Resource Conservation District of Tehama County is a nonregulatory public agency with a mission to work with the community to manage, conserve, improve and enjoy the natural resources of Tehama County,