Posted by Lisa Wallace, Executive Director.
The Town of Truckee Planning Commission is hearing updates to the development code. The development code has a life span of roughly twenty years and is one of the key methods by which the… Read more
Hi, Lisa Wallace, Executive Director, here.
Last week at our annual fundraiser, the River Breakfast, I talked about the effects Climate Change has on the Truckee River watershed. One of the first reports on the regional impacts* calls out:
“Truckee… Read more
Thank you to the 200 guests who joined us at the River Breakfast, our annual fundraiser held this year at the Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe.
The event was underwritten by the Tahoe Mountain Resorts Environmental Fund and the Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake… Read more
Come join us this summer at Truckee Thursdays! The weekly event is from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. beginning June 16th and going through August 25th. The Truckee River Watershed Council will have a booth each week featuring our River… Read more
Thank you to the 46 volunteers who came out to monitor the streams in the Truckee River watershed. You visited 21 sites and monitored 17 streams.
Team Sagehen Creek
We are processing the data now and the results of Snapshot… Read more
The Nature Conservancy (TNC) recently purchased the property around Independence Lake and is seeking public input on recreation and access issues for this important watershed. Compared to other lakes in the region, Independence Lake has not experienced the introduction of… Read more
The Nature Conservancy would to hear from us about recreation use, restoration priorities and the protection of the Lahontan cutthroat trout.
Independence Lake’s beauty and rustic nature are matched only by the biodiversity it supports. Independence Lake is home to… Read more
The Truckee Donner Public Utility District (TDPUD), Northstar Community Services District (NSCSD) and Placer County Water Agency (PCWA) are partnering to develop a groundwater management plan and groundwater model for the Martis Valley basin.
“The Martis Valley aquifer is very… Read more
One of the most effective ways we can protect the Truckee River, our meadows and wetlands from climate change is to restore their ecological function. We know that healthy, diverse river systems are be better able to withstand rapid swings… Read more