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One Truckee River is a collaboration of public and private partners working together to realize a Truckee River that flows clean and clear, quenches our thirst, sustains the river’s natural ecology, cultural resources and wildlife, and connects residents and visitors to unparalleled opportunities for recreation and regeneration.

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Educator Resource Guide We all live in the Truckee River Watershed. One Truckee River wants to crea...
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Survey
Community Watershed Knowledge Survey In January 2017, representatives from Keep Truckee Meadows Beau...
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Truckee River Amenities
Discover the different amenities available along the Truckee River, including art sculptures, restro...
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Truckee River Recreation
Check out recreation spots along the Truckee River in Reno and Sparks. Opportunities include fishing...
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Watershed Education Plan
The goal of this education plan is to outline potential watershed learning activities throughout the...
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Guest Post: Greening Up a Former Dairy Meadow in the Heart of Truckee
Guest Post: Greening Up a Former Dairy Meadow in the Heart of Truckee
August 30, 2019
by Matt Freitas, Program Manager; Deidre Monroe, Intern; and Allison Holmes, Conservation Assistant with the Truckee River Watershed Council (Read original post here) Right in the hea...
The Importance of Pyramid Lake Water Quality
The Importance of Pyramid Lake Water Quality
August 23, 2019
There are a lot of reasons our watershed is unique. It’s a high elevation terminal watershed, what could be more special? Well, another contributing factor is that the terminus of the
River-Friendly Landscaping Part 6: Don’t Trash the Truckee Meadows
River-Friendly Landscaping Part 6: Don’t Trash the Truckee Meadows
July 29, 2019
Did you know that approximately half of what Truckee Meadows residents send to the landfill in the summer months is organic material? That’s about 2,500 tons (or 350 elephants) of yard wast