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Northern Sacramento Valley Coalition

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In 2021, the RCDTC and Northern Sacramento Valley Coalition (NSVC) were awarded an $8.16MM block grant through the California Department of Conservation to support regional capacity building, planning for priority fire resiliency opportunities, pre-project planning and permitting, demonstration projects of new and innovative techniques, and outreach and education across the Region through 2026.

The Regional Forest and Fire Capacity (RFFC) Program seeks to increase regional capacity to prioritize, develop, and implement projects that improve forest health and fire resiliency, facilitate greenhouse gas emissions reductions, and increase carbon sequestration in forests throughout California. Block grants are utilized by recipients to support regional implementation of landscape-level forest health projects consistent with the California Forest Carbon Plan and Executive Order B-52-18.

The RCDTC facilitates the NSVC to support capacity building, project and demonstration project development, outreach and engagement, and the creation of a Regional Priority Plan (RPP). Subgrantees include Glenn County RCD, Western Shasta RCD, and Shasta Valley RCD, who comprise the NSVC.

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NSVC members at the Sundial Bridge in Redding after the inaugural meeting.