Would you like to learn more about the Truckee River Watershed? Then join the Friends of Tahoe Donner Trails and the Truckee River Watershed Council for a River Walk on the Nature Trail.
On the walk you’ll learn about our watershed, the work the Watershed Council is doing elsewhere to restore and protect it, and how we can further that work here in Tahoe Donner, starting right in our own yards. Here are all the details.
River Walk With The Watershed Council
– Date: Saturday, June 25
– Time: 10 A.M. – 11:30 A.M.
– Meeting Place: Northwoods Clubhouse parking lot (11509 Northwoods Blvd.), across the street from the entrance to the Nature Trail.
– RSVP: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by June 23.
This will be a leisurely walk with plenty of stops along the way. The total distance is approximately 1.75 miles. For the most part the Nature Trail offers easy hiking, but there are a couple tricky spots, so you will want to wear appropriate footwear, use sun protection, and bring some water.
We’ve been partnering with the Watershed Council for years on Tahoe Donner’s popular weed walks. But the Watershed Council is about much more than invasive weeds. They’re great people doing all sorts of incredible work all across this region, and we’re excited to partner with them on this brand new Trails Club event.
If you’d like to learn more about the Watershed Council, and how you can help their efforts around your home, and across the Association and region as a whole, then we hope you’ll join us on this walk.