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23rd Annual Snapshot Day

Lake Tahoe Community College 1 College Dr, South Lake Tahoe, CA, United States

Be a citizen scientist for the day! Snapshot Day is an annual water quality monitoring event that takes place each May. Groups of volunteers fan out across the Truckee River Watershed to take samples from creeks, streams, and lakes – including Lake Tahoe – to capture a snapshot of Tahoe’s water quality at a moment in

Fuels Treatments in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI): Lessons learned at the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center 15290 Coleman Valley Rd, Occidental, CA, United States

This is an opportunity to learn about vegetation management for fire fuel reduction and enhancing ecological health in the wildland-urban interface (WUI). Want to learn more about fuel treatments on the WUI? Join this field workshop on Saturday, May 20th from 9:00am- 3:30pm to learn from experts in restoration ecology about how to integrate a

Take a Hike – Flora of the Sierras

Deer Creek Preserve Deer Creek Trailhead just after K-Line Road/27N08 crosses Deer Creek bridge, Tehema County, CA, United States

In partnership with the Mount Lassen Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, the Northern California Regional Land Trust is excited to welcome the public to the Deer Creek Preserve to enjoy spring bloom as part of the Take a Hike event series. Led by CNPSs Marjorie McNairn, this hike will wind into the interior

What’s new with water in the Sierra? Sierra Nevada Alliance Monthly Webinar

Zoom webinar

Sierra Nevada Alliance invites you to join us for our May monthly webinar: What's new with water in the Sierra? Andy Sawyer, Assistant Chief Council with the California State Water Board will share recent developments in California water rights management, drought response with a focus on in-stream flow protection, and water quality certification for hydroelectric

Washoe Meadow Wildflower Walk

Washoe Meadows State Park

Join local naturalist Bob Sweatt and the CA Native Plant Society, Tahoe and Sierra Valley Chapter on a wildflower walk in Washoe Meadow State Park in South Lake Tahoe. This is a great opportunity to see many wildflowers growing in an easily accessible location, and if our timing is right, we will get to see

TAMBA: Spring Fundraiser

Nevada State 4-H Camp 4-H Camp Rd, Stateline, NV, United States

Join Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association on Saturday, May 27, at Stateline, Nevada, for a family-friendly event. TAMBA is raising funds to lay the foundation needed to build a sustainable organization to support basin-wide trail development into the future. To maintain over 100 miles of trails and connect communities around the lake, it’s critical for

SciPub – What is Process-Based Restoration?

Gold Vibe Kombuchary 2615 Charles Drive, Grass Valley, CA, United States

Come learn about Process-Based Restoration (PBR) and how Beaver Dam Analogs (BDAs) and other low-tech design principles are being incorporated into local restoration projects at this FREE presentation! Click here for more information and to register.

Summer Speaker Series: Sub-hallucinogenic Doses of Psychedelics May Offer New Treatments for Depression, Related Disorders


Psychedelic drugs could treat mental illness by rapidly rebuilding connections between nerve cells. New findings (published Feb. 17, 2023 in Science) from researchers at the UC Davis Institute for Psychedelics and Neurotherapeutics will help guide efforts to discover new drugs for depression, PTSD and other disorders. Drugs such as LSD, MDMA and psilocybin show great

Public Meeting – Make Conservation a Priority on Public Lands

Reno-Sparks Convention Center 4950 S Virginia Street, Reno, CA, United States

Help shape the future of public lands and the local communities, water sources, and wildlife that rely on them by participating in the Bureau of Land Management’s comment period and public meetings. Let’s show overwhelming support for elevating conservation and bringing balance to how these public lands are managed for generations to come. Click here

Bike Path Cleanup

South Lake Tahoe South Lake Tahoe, CA, United States

Join Keep Tahoe Blue as they celebrate Tahoe Bike Month with a community BIKE PATH CLEANUP event. Volunteers can meet at one of three locations throughout South Tahoe to pick up litter from the areas around our bike paths. Following the cleanup, we will all meet at The Hangar for post-event fun, food, and happy hour

Thompson Creek Rafting Trip with Siskiyou Land Trust

Sluice Box River Access Sluice Box River Access, Seiad Valley, CA, United States

Siskiyou Land Trust's Annual Rafting Fundraiser Trip is scheduled for Friday, June 2, 2023! Meet at 9:00 am at the Sluice Box River Access just downstream from the community of Seiad Valley. The group will raft through the morning on a fun and absolutely lovely class II-III ("easy") section of the Klamath River eight miles


Grow Your Own – Tahoe City Community Festival

UC Davis TERC Tahoe City Field Station 2400 Lake Forest Rd, Tahoe City, CA, United States

Join us for the 1st annual Grow Your Own Festival, a FREE community event celebrating the joys and benefits of edible gardening in high-elevation regions. Formerly individual weekly workshops, now single-day events hosted at three unique locations, Tahoe City, Truckee, and South Lake Tahoe. These special events will feature a high-elevation seedling sale and edible