By Lisa Wallace, Executive DirectorI’m excited to tell you about a big habitat effort happening (in some cases quite literally) right in your backyard. It’s called the Martis Wildlife Area Restoration Project.
As we all know, this beautiful span… Read more
Lisa Wallace, Executive Director
Preserving and protecting the watershed is surprisingly multifaceted.
Part science: we assess and monitor the biology, geology, and hydrology of each project.
Part management: we align agencies, consultants, contractors & volunteers to get the job… Read more
By Lisa Wallace, Executive Director
We collaborate, convene, and coordinate. We bring diverse interests together to solve complex problems—finding ways to revive the resiliency of our natural resources while supporting the vibrancy of our local community.
Our goal is… Read more
By Lisa Wallace, Executive Director The Truckee River region—where the beauty of nature draws people who revel in it—is threatened. A damaging past (from mining, grazing and logging) coupled with a tenuous future (from drought, development, and climate change) impacts… Read more
By Michele Prestowitz, Program Manager
Calling all nature-lovers! Join us for Truckee River Day, Sunday October 14th! Put on some sturdy boots, dig out your work gloves, and grab some friends. Together we will work to restore the Truckee River,… Read more
By: Lisa Wallace, Executive Director
Our work is scientific: assessing and monitoring the biology, geology, and hydrology of a site. It’s also managerial: coordinating agencies, consultants and contractors. It’s funding: finding grants, foundations and donors. Finally, it’s educational: alerting people… Read more
By Eben Swain, Program Manager
Application Deadline 5:00 PM March 16, 2018
We do it for the future.
It’s our nature.
We work for the watershed for a better future. Ours. Yours. For Generations to come. We find solutions that… Read more