Nevada County Resource Conservation District’s: Northern California Bats

The Nevada County Resource Conservation District (NCRCD) strongly believes in assisting landowners and land managers in improving their land.  To this end, we offer seminars, workshops, and classes that benefit landowners and property managers that are in keeping with conservation planning and implementation.  Our seminars offer information regarding good land stewardship using conservation methods for water efficiency, planting with natives, and proper resource management.
Our partnerships with other organizations such as Nevada County Farm BureauCalifornia FarmlinkBear Yuba Land TrustSierra Foothills Audubon SocietyNevada Irrigation DistrictPG&ENevada County FairgroundsMaster Gardeners, etc. demonstrate the common goal we have of educating local property owners to use best management practices to conserve the natural resources of Nevada County.
Topic:  Northern California Batsbat_ok_to_use_hdm_pallid_bat.jpg
Date:  Thursday, June 21, 2018
Time:  6 pm to 8 pm
Speaker:  Corky Quirk
Our speaker will be Corky Quirk.  Corky is the founder of NorCal Bats and is an educator and wildlife rescuer/rehabilitator.  She puts on an excellent presentation including live, non-releasable, native bats as ambassadors.  Corky is committed to public education regarding the environmental benefits of bats and dispelling fears and myths that lead to the death of roosts and colonies.  Learn about these animals and their importance as insect control.