One Truckee River

One Truckee River

We’ve bragged about it enough on social media, but in case you haven’t heard, we had our First Annual One Truckee River Stakeholder Forum on September 30, 2015. The forum, held from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the McKinley Arts & Culture Center, saw around 120 attendees from different organizations and businesses in Northern […]

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Nevada Land Trust, in partnership with Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, is releasing a Request for Proposal today to prepare a “One Truckee River Management Plan.” This planning effort has received funding from Northern Nevada Water Planning Commission, The Truckee River Fund, Washoe County State Question One Program and REI. The RFP ¬†(linked below) is due […]

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“After visiting San Antonio last fall, the Truckee River could be a real visitor destination that compliments the casino, tourist and convention industr(ies) already well established. Upscale shopping and (a) restaurant district along the river should be incorporated with flood prevention.” A lot of people are taking our survey. And in addition to choosing different […]

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Wow, we can’t believe summer is almost over! We have been so busy getting this One Truckee River Initiative off the ground. . . planning meetings, working on and updating the website and social media, and really just trying to start conversations about¬†protecting our river. And considering the group of people we’ve initially gathered to […]

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On Thursday, July 30, 2015, Waste Management completed one of the required cleanups that come with adopting a portion of the Truckee River. Waste Management’s section is right where you’d expect: behind the WM facility on Commercial Row. (Highlighted in red below.)   This particular section of the river was what the founding members of […]

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Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful works hard to keep the Truckee Meadows area in top notch. That hard work includes cleanups and garden plantings and teaming up with youth, businesses and municipalities alike. There’s also Adopt-A-River. This program invites businesses, co-workers, and neighborhood, civic, faith-based, school and other community groups to take on a portion of […]

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Earlier this month we shared a blog post about the new homeless overflow shelter opened up by the Reno Police Department and the Community Assistance Center (CAC). The organizations have been reaching out to illegal campers along the Truckee River to educate them on the new shelter. The coverage of this outreach is the Truckee […]

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