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Sierra Club to discuss climate change

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The Sierra Club’s community meeting for this Thursday is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., and will be at the Fire Station on Elks Point Road in Nevada. The topic will focus on climate change, what it is and how it will likely impact natural resources.

The guest presenter is Sierra Nevada Alliance Executive Director Joan Clayburgh. Joan will give a power point presentation on the parameters of climate change and some of the scientific data we have so far. And then engage those who attend in a discussion about how these climate changes are likely to impact our local economy, quality of life, and the Basin’s ecology. We will also look at steps we can take to lessen those impacts.

At the beginning of our meeting, the League to Save Lake Tahoe’s Lili Galli will spend a few minutes providing details for this year’s Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day. Which will be on Sept. 30 in the Angora burn area. This year marks the 10th anniversary of this fun and educational hands-on restoration event.

Note: Parking at the Fire Station is limited, so you may need to proceed a few yards past the Fire House, turn left, and park along Dorla Court.


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