by Jessica West
Beginning in 2009, RCP has been working with community members and organizations such as conservancy groups, state parks and local public agencies to protect and conserve our natural resources. They have several active restoration projects in Ventura County. These benefit the public in numerous ways such as improving water quality, increasing water availability, and reducing wildfire hazards. By reaching out to the community through volunteer activities, participating in community events and conducting workshops, RCP strives to promote awareness about the importance of habitat restoration and conservation within our community.
Jessica West is a Biologist with Resource Conservation Partners and Wildscape Restoration in Ventura. Jessica is a graduate of Humboldt State University with a B.S. in Wildlife Biology as well as a graduate of the Exotic Animal Training and Management curriculum from Moorpark College’s “EATM” program. During college she practiced falconry with a red-tailed hawk and spent a summer in Yosemite National Park as a Bear Management Intern.
Hear her speak about saving our natural resources at 7:30 pm, March 13 at the Poinsettia Pavilion.