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Tahoe Native Plant Projects
In an effort to restore areas ravaged by wildfires and invading weeds Rena Escobedo with the US Forest Service and Jamie Greenough, a teacher at South Lake Tahoe High School are working together to grow supplies of native plants for use in the revegetative effort.

For University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Water Quality Education Specialist Sue Donaldson, controlling invasive weeds means understanding Lake Tahoe’s native plant species. While the need to preserve these plants is almost universally accepted, the native plant supplies are not always readily available. With funding secured by Escobedo and room in the high school’s greenhouse, the plants are able to grow to maturity.

Unfortunately, that wasn’t able to happen due to some vandals. The students are replanting in the greenhouse, but supplies are now low and funding is running out.

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