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Truckee River Restoration Environmental Assessment
Reclamation is co-lead with BLM for this NEPS project for the restoration of three sites on the lower Truckee River (Mustang Ranch, Lockwood, and 102 Ranch). This project is funded under the Reclamation's Desert Terminal Lakes Program created under Public Law 101-171 in 2002. The law set aside $200 million to provide water to at-risk natural desert terminal lakes. Partners working on the project include The Nature Conservancy, City of Sparks and Reno and Washoe County. Restoration includes putting in river meanders, riffles, wetlands and planting riparian vegetation.

Public Meetings held February 2007. Draft EA out January 2008. Final EA/signed FONSI March 2008.

Caryn Huntt DeCarlo
Phone: (775) 884-8352
Fax: (775) 884-8376

List of Available Reports
Report Title
File Ext
File Size
File with .pdf extension Final FONSI, Lower Truckee River Restoration .pdf 87.89KB 
File with .pdf extension Final EA, Lower Truckee River Restoration .pdf 835.68KB 
File with .PDF extension Final Biological Opinion, Lower Truckee River Restoration .pdf 971.47KB