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Volunteers spend Tahoe Forest Stewardship day restoring Johnson Meadow

Paula Peterson, South Tahoe Now
July 28, 2020

Johnson Meadow was once used as a post-Gold Rush dairy farm, became a place for summer cattle grazing, and is now being restored as part of the Upper Truckee River watershed.

The Tahoe Resource Conservation District (TRCD) purchased the Johnson Meadow in 2018, a critical step in restoring the river’s watershed that contains significant wildlife habitat, including river, riparian, meadow, and upland habitat areas.

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