The FRCRM consists of four committees that interact to carry out all aspects of restoration projects. The overall program is managed by Plumas Corporation, which maintains full-time staff to provide administrative, coordination and technical support to the FRCRM committees. The committees and their respective roles are listed below.
The Executive Committee: a three-member board, provides policy guidance, dispute resolution, and support in the political arena.
The Management Committee: composed of a representative from each CRM participant, administers the program, including policy and budget decisions, approving new projects, identifying financial support opportunities, tracking required monitoring, and approving new project design and funding.
The Steering Committee: a broader group of CRM participants and interested local landowners, review program status on a quarterly basis, critique new projects, participate in project tours and educational events, troubleshoot issues and interact with landowners.
Technical Advisory Committees (TAC): interdisciplinary teams composed of interested and qualified FRCRM members, are formed for each project to provide technical guidance and oversight, and develop detailed plans.