TAHOE, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – A multi-year initiative to restore wetlands in the Truckee area has been completed.
The project, which began three years ago, has already restored hundreds of acres of wetland ecosystems and built a new route to access the lake’s shores.
“As the largest wetland restoration project in the Lake Tahoe Basin, this is a remarkable accomplishment,” said California Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot. “Restoring this wetland will help keep Tahoe waters clean, provide great habitat for fish and wildlife, and be one more beautiful place we can all visit.”
The project’s key features include:
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