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What’s Happening- Hope Valley Work Day

The Friends of Hope Valley will conduct their annual Hope Valley work day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 26. Starting place will be the new Hope Valley Wildlife Access Area just west of the intersection of State Routes 88 and 89 in Hope Valley.

Volunteers should bring basic tools, work gloves, hat, sunscreen and jacket in case of changeable weather. Be prepared to do clean up and willow planting along the banks of the West Fork of the Carson River or raise the old rancher’s barbed-wire fences and gate in key locations to prevent motorized intrusion into fragile meadowlands. Lunch will be provided for all volunteers.

The Friends of Hope Valley membership meeting will take place at 2 p.m. at the end of the work day. The agenda will include future projects Friends of Hope Valley hopes to initiate, give an update on actions that have occurred in the past year and updated reports on federal and state projects for the Hope Valley area.

Friends of Hope Valley, a local nonprofit organization has been instrumental in protecting and preserving this high Sierra Valley just south of Lake Tahoe for more than 16 years.

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