Butte Creek Restoration Club
BCRC engages the Prescott College community, our surrounding neighbors, and the larger Prescott community in projects that help to restore, enhance, and celebrate Lower Butte Creek as the centerpiece of our expanding campus and a vital part of the Upper Granite Creek Watershed.
Three visionary RDP students originally formed the Butte Creek Restoration Council (BCRC) in 1996 to address the degraded ecological condition of Lower Butte Creek. The Council was reformed in 2012 by restoration minded RDP students and faculty.
The BCRC enables the College to truly "walk it's talk" when it comes to stewardship of the planet. The way we care for our section of Butte Creek is a direct reflection of who we are as academic community and institution "for the environment".
Sarai Carter, Student Representative: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joel Barnes, Faculty Advisor: email@example.com
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