In the Media

Wildlife Conservation Board funds environmental improvement and acquisition projects
Friday, June 3, 2011, Lake County News
At its June 2 meeting, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) earmarked $39.4 million to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California. The 23 funded projects will provide
Inspiring photographs help a community save a landscape in danger of being lost to development
Tuesday, May 24, 2011, Outdoor Photographer
I've been reading Outdoor Photographer long before I ever entertained the dream of being a landscape photographer.
Preservation trust buys Martis Valley Land
Thursday, May 12, 2011, Sacramento Bee
The Truckee Donner Land Trust has purchased, for permanent protection, 122 acres of Martis Valley land that was previously destined for up to 250 homes.
Another 122 acres protected in the Martis Valley
Monday, May 9, 2011, Yubanet.com
In April, conservationists closed on a 122-acre property off State Route 267 across from the entrance to Northstar-at-Tahoe™.
Lone wolverine continues to Roam Sierra
Tuesday, February 22, 2011, Sacramento Bee
Three years after the discovery of a wolverine in the Tahoe National Forest north of Truckee, the elusive creature continues to roam the region.
Truckee Donner Land Trust Wins Non-Profit of the Year
Wednesday, November 3, 2010, Sierra Sun
Award!
Truckee Donner Land Trust Turns 20
Wednesday, September 15, 2010, Moonshine Ink
Out and About
Recreation in Truckee-Tahoe bolstered by trail stewardship
Friday, July 9, 2010, Sierra Sun
What makes a mountain town shine
'Landing' a big deal: Group brokers historic deal with state's largest private land owner
Friday, June 25, 2010, Sierra Sun
The Truckee Donner Land Trust is in the business of conserving open space, and business is good. The down economy that has many other nonprofits cutting back and bunkering down has created unique lan
Truckee River watershed: Setting restoration priorities for the future of the region
Friday, April 23, 2010, Sierra Sun
Each summer, both volunteers and experts can be found lining the banks of regional streams, dotted through wetland meadows, working on the Truckee River. Those people have a lot of work to do — the T

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