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Truckee River Watershed Council - 2019 Internship!
Our internship provides the right candidate with experience at a local conservation organization. The intern fills a coordinating role, attends restoration and stakeholder sessions, and assists with field work. We are now accepting applications for our 2019 Internship program. Visit HERE for information.
The Fall 2018 issue of Nevada Water News, the quarterly newsletter for the Nevada Water Resources Research Institute (NWRRI), is now available on the NWRRI website. Inside you will find articles on the water resources research being conducted in Nevada, as well as the principal investigators and students conducting the research.
Journal of Paleolimnology
I want to bring your attention to publication (finally!) of two special issues of the Journal of Paleolimnology (https://link.springer.com/journal/10933) that contain papers from the 2015 ILIC6 meeting held in Reno Nevada. The first issue on pre-Holocene lakes is already online at the JoPL webpage, and the second on Holocene and modern lakes will be published at the end of January. I'd like to thank all the authors for being persistent and patient in getting these issues published.
Abstracts will be called for shortly.
CWSD's Video Series Debut:
Conserving the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
Carson Water Subconservancy District is delighted to debut this new video series underscoring the importance of conserving the Carson River Floodplain. Please pass them on!
Click links below to view these four videos:
Public Service Announcement (PSA) - Conserving the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
Agriculture’s a Good Fit for Conserving the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
A Case for Developers to Conserve the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
Our Officials in Conserving the Carson River Floodplain as a Community Asset
These videos are intended to increase flood awareness, reduce flood hazards, and spur actions to conserve the Carson River Floodplain. These videos meet the goal identified in 2003 and reaffirmed in 2012 by the Carson River Coalition: “Protect the floodplain from future development. Once the floodplain and especially the river’s meander belt corridor are impacted by development, the river loses the ability to reestablish its natural functions. Agricultural fields near the channel are critical for floodwater attenuation, ground water recharge, non-point source pollution buffering and providing habitat for wildlife.”
Thanks to Carson River Coalition for their input and review. Thank you to John Cobourn and Steve Lewis for their lifetime of work to conserve the Carson River Floodplain. Thank you to CWSD staff - Ed James, Toni Leffler, Brenda Hunt, and Shane Fryer - for letting me grow in a project management role and generously sharing their expertise to write, edit, and produce this video series. We appreciate Tom Strekel's voiceover talent and the time taken to make special appearances in the videos by Rob Holley, Lynn Zonge, Gavin Feiger, Aly Cheney, and Krissie Thornhill with Sapphire and Hunter.
It was a pleasure to work with Orangetree Productions to create this FEMA funded video series.
Homeowners! Snow is finally melting. You may be noticing more erosion off your yard than typical. We can help! RFL is a free and voluntary program! Reduce erosion while helping to protect our environment. Our rebate program can help with the cost of labor and materials. Contact Eben forRiver-Friendly Landscaping HERE.
Header photo by LEO DROZDOFF
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