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Volunteers learn to monitor water quality around area

More than 30 community members from the South Lake Tahoe area recently participated in a training to become volunteer water-quality monitors.

The Sierra Nevada Alliance hosted the workshop in November at Lake Tahoe Community College.

The training is part of the new South Lake Tahoe Monitoring Project, a year-round volunteer effort to help monitor the condition of local waters.

For more information about the project, contact the Sierra Nevada Alliance at (530) 542-4546.

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