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The accredited Nevada Land Trust (NLT) is soaring into the future with the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). NLT’s project and GIS coordinator, Taylor Gipe, wears the UAV pilot’s hat for the group.

One Truckee River: Who we are, what we do

The Truckee River flows from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake. Running northeast from California to Nevada for 121 miles, it is a vital source of drinking water, wildlife habitat, agriculture, irrigation and recreational opportunities. Many organizations in Northern Nevada have taken on some of the challenges and done great work on their own to take care of the river, but there is no all-encompassing management plan.

Volunteers help spruce up region’s ecological oasis

Spring cleaning isn’t always limited to a house – sometimes, it incorporates rivers, lakes and meadows. Forrest Fox, Mike Stone and Bob Goodman of the Swan Lake Advisory Board, along with Jeff Haliczer and Bary Brady, coordinated a crew of 35 volunteers to clean Horse Creek, the main water supply for Swan Lake. Their efforts yielded roughly ONE TON of trash and weeds! THANK YOU, VOLUNTEERS!

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