by Michele Prestowitz, Development Manager

***Update 1.29.12: We’ve enjoyed wonderful community response to this presentation. This event is at capacity; we regret that we are unable to accommodate additional guests. We plan to post information from this presentation on our website shortly after the event for those who are interested but are unable to attend. ***

Coldstream Canyon is affected by current and past land use including grazing, the railroad corridor, gravel mining, and recreation. Work to restore floodplain function and reduce sediment pollution began in August 2012. Please join us for a presentation on the Coldstream Canyon Floodplain Restoration Project on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at The Cedar House Sport Hotel from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.

Photos: During construction (summer, 2012), an eroding bank was re-graded to a sustainable angle and replanted with willows, expanding the floodplain. Photo credit: Before- Kevin Fisher; After- Beth Christman

Space is limited; please RSVP by February 7th to Michele at 530-550-8760 or mprestowitz@truckeeriverwc.org. Please click here for more information.

Thank you to our funders:

  • Truckee River Watershed Council donors
  • California Natural Resources Agency
  • California State Parks
  • California State Water Resources Control Board
  • Overall Family Foundation
  • Sierra Nevada Conservancy
  • Truckee River Fund at the Community Foundation of Western Nevada


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