Located in a forested grove of pine and oak, Feather River College is tucked away in one of California's hidden, quiet spots. Bordering Plumas National Forest, the 256-acre campus hosts a variety of wildlife, including a resident deer herd. Far removed from the bustle of city life, the campus provides a sanctuary for self discovery, study and relaxation. Academic rigor is maintained in a friendly, informal atmosphere by a faculty dedicated to student growth and success. In addition to the classrooms and laboratories, the campus features unique facilities that include a trout hatchery and an equestrian center with horse boarding facilities.
Plumas Corporation specializes in stream and meadow restoration, incorporating the science and knowledge of hydrologic and geomorphic processes. Our work restores streams and their associated floodplains, where applicable, to reduce erosion, enhance aquatic and wildlife habitat, and improve water quality conditions. From watershed assessments, project planning, design, implementation, and monitoring Plumas Corporation works with our clients, including governmental agencies and private landowners, to provide the necessary technical information needed to make sound, educated resource management decisions.
Our skills include: Stream and Meadow Restoration, Watershed Monitoring, Storm Water Pollution Prevention, Grant Writing/Administration, and Watershed Education.
We are a boutique children's clothing store, as well as a toy store for kids of all ages. We specialize in heirloom toys and family games. More than anything we're excited to serve this community as best we can.
The Lost Sierra Food Project is a community-based nonprofit in Plumas County. Our mission is to increase access to local foods for Plumas County residents, prioritizing underserved populations, provide workforce development programs, and create educational food and farming opportunities.
Feather River Rail Society / Western Pacific Railroad Museum