One Truckee River Month is here!

May 2019 is officially here. That means it’s time for the annual One Truckee River Month! Join us for an entire month of river celebration
— everything from riverside yoga to trivia nights to bird walks to wildlife night-life (and so much more). Check out the entire menu of events on our calendar!

Want to feel extra fancy? Be a Truckee River VIP! Attend minimum five out of ten selected VIP events and you’ll be entered in to win prizes from Patagonia, REI, Grand Sierra Resort, Reno Aces & 1868, Nevada Wolfpack, and more! Find out the details here.

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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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What does the Truckee River mean to YOU?
What does the Truckee River mean to YOU?
May 21, 2019
Listen, it's not going to be shocking to you that One Truckee River is made up of people who love the Truckee River. Every inch of the 121-mile-long body of water is cherished by our st...
Learn About One Truckee River Month On the Go!
Learn About One Truckee River Month On the Go!
May 16, 2019
Can you even believe it? We have officially passed the halfway point for One Truckee River Month! If you’re anything like us, May feels like it’s going by far too quickly...luckily
Truckee River-Friendly Landscaping Part 2: Slow the Flow
Truckee River-Friendly Landscaping Part 2: Slow the Flow
May 14, 2019
Even though we live in a desert, from the Truckee River to Swan Lake, our area is no stranger to flooding. And since this year has been unusually wet, it seems fitting to talk about how eve...