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Are We Loving Our Nevada Nature to Death?

The secret is out...the Truckee Meadows is an amazing place to live, work and play! We love where we live. Others love to visit our lakes, rivers, mountains and deserts. But are we loving the Truckee Meadows to death? With the growth in our economy and population, our environmental riches been put at risk? What is being done to protect the landscapes and resources we hold dear, and how can we find a balance for our community.

Are we loving our precious Nevada into oblivion? How do we balance growth and access with conservation? Local experts discuss this critical topic in TMT’s upcoming community conversation.

Panelists Include:

Amy Berry - CEO of the Tahoe Fund

Iris Jehle-Peppard - Executive Director of One Truckee River

Christi Cakiroglu - Executive Director of Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful

Alicia Reban - Executive Director of the Nevada Land Trust

Collen Barnum-Wallace - Superintendent of Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space

May 27th @ 12 NOON

Lunchtime WatchParty on the Nevada Tomorrow YouTube Channel:

This speaker series is made possible by the generous support of Renown Health, Wells Fargo, Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN), City of Reno Arts and Cultural Commission, OnStrategy, CLA and NV Energy.

Join us in this monthly speaker series to learn about critical local issues that impact your quality of life here in the Truckee Meadows. Each month we will focus on a specific different area of quality of life. For May, we will take a deeper look at what our challenges and opportunities facing natural environment and our access to recreation.

Get informed by attending the Nevada Tomorrow Community Data Exchange training before the event. Learn about this free, dynamic, easy to use, one-stop digital resource for access to community quality of life data. You will find up-to-date demographic, education, environmental, economic, health, social determinant and equity data that highlights trends, challenges and opportunities in our Nevada communities; hundreds of maps, tables and figures, and, promising practices.

We hope to see you there!

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