Friday, June 10, 2016

June 8, 2016: Sagehen fire caught on Peavine firecam

A masticator started a fire in the basin that burned 5-acres before being put out. The best two hour long clips can be found at:

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Hwy-89 Wildlife Undercrossing Dedication Ceremony

 The Highway-89 Stewardship Team assembled on the side of the road north of Sagehen yesterday to break ground on their latest research and mitigation project: a pair of fenced wildlife undercrossings north of Sagehen. Event photos here and here.

Watch a KTVN news segment here.
Read Sierra Sun article here.

The Team's previous undercrossing at Kyburz Flat has been a great success, providing research opportunities, public engagement, and helping mitigate our local portion of the $8-billion annual cost of animal-vehicle collisions.

KTVN Channel 2 - Reno Tahoe Sparks News, Weather, Video

Thursday, November 06, 2014

Watershed Sculpture

Daniel and Mary are the artists we are talking to about our restoration project's fish barriers. Here's a look at some of their work in Nevada.

Watch video here

Saturday, October 04, 2014

The Kokanee are spawning!

Despite the low water year, you can see these fascinating fish schooling this week at Taylor Creek on Lake Tahoe, or probably in Sagehen Creek, though Stampede Reservoir is so low that you'll have to walk a long way downstream.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Enhancing the Value and Sustainability of Field Stations and Marine Laboratories in the 21st Century

The National Academy of Sciences has produced a new report on "Enhancing the Value and Sustainability of Field Stations and Marine Laboratories in the 21st Century".

Our friend Mark Stromberg, former Director of the UC Berkeley Hastings Reserve, was a member of the committee that produced this report. Many of the report's ideas came from the recent OBFS document, Field Stations and Marine Laboratories of the Future: A Strategic Vision, but Mark tells us that Sagehen's programs and entrepreneurial approach were very influential, as well.

The NAS report emphasizes the need for field stations to continue to provide opportunities for engagement, citizen science, and other public service activities, as well as increased networking and cyber-infrastructure.