Here's what our hard-working volunteers have been up to!

 September 30, 2011

On a beautiful fall day at the end of September, over 30 volunteers showed up representing Truckee River Fly Fishers, Trout Unlimited, and Patagonia. The group took on the task of planting and hammering in posts for protective fencing…no easy task in some of the rocky soil.  “I can’t believe how much got done,” was all that our Conservancy Land Steward could say as he surveyed the completed work. Well done everyone!

July 30th, 2011

NV Energy Volunteers at Independence Lake Preserve - Over 20 NV Energy employees and family members from came to The Nature Conservancy’s Independence Lake Preserve to volunteer their time and energy.  In addition to spending time enjoying the preserve and lake, this fun and energetic group was able to clear brush from over 2 miles of road allowing access to important research areas 

March 1st - May 1st, 2011

In the spring of each year we have a approximately 10 consecutive weekends of volunteer events to help our staff get the incredible amount of planting done at Truckee River restoration sites. This year over a 100 community volunteers participated including 18 students from Truckee Meadows Community College who, on their own, put in over 300 hours of work. Thank you to everyone for your hard work and contribution toward the restoration of the Truckee River habitat.


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