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Final sign-up Friday for water clarity workshop

Friday is the last day to register for a research symposium scheduled for next week where officials will discuss water quality improvement projects at Lake Tahoe.

A limited amount of space is available for interested residents to join engineers, hydrologists, environmental planners, researchers and others as they focus on the practical aspects of implementing projects.

The Lake Tahoe Water Resource Symposium is scheduled for Nov. 18 and 19.



Participants are supposed to share what they have learned after more than a decade of designing and building erosion control, stormwater treatment, stream restoration and other types of water quality improvement projects.

The event is scheduled to go from 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at the North Tahoe Conference Center, 8318 North Lake Tahoe Blvd., Kings Beach. The cost is $50.



More information about the conference is available by calling (530) 582-5420 or by accessing the World Wide Web: http://www.1800cleanup.org/tahoe


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