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Watershed health discussions from the Lake Almanor Basin

Photo by Betty Bishop

State of the Lake

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Community Vitality

September 10: Business and nonprofit leaders share about efforts to enhance Lake Almanor area tourism, community engagement, youth services and activities, and bolster a sustainable economy based on a love of the land and employment opportunities.

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Water Quality and Fisheries

July 30: Three experts share about their work and organizations' efforts to protect aquatic habitats, fish populations, recreation, and clean water in the region.

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Landscape Conservation and Restoration

July 9: Local conservationists and natural resource professionals share updates on land conservation and restoration projects in the Lake Almanor region including recent and upcoming PG&E land transactions and conservation easements.

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Forest and Watershed Management

June 25: Regional natural resource professionals and nonprofits share programs and projects to improve forest health, reduce fuels and fire danger, and give an interactive Lake Almanor watershed GIS map presentation.

We have a saying at our school—You're a mountain kid. You're a mountain kid if you've interacted with local plants and animals. You've seen them in the wild, you understand their ecology, and you've done projects to support them.
- Aletha O'Kelley
2nd grade teacher, Chester