2013
Nicole Benter
Nicole Benter
Senior Program Director
October 11, 2013

Pairing Food and Adventure in the Sierra

People talk about pairing food with wine all the time.

While Brittany Todd and I are eating and adventuring our way through the Sierra via our Great Escape trip, I got to thinking: why doesn’t anyone talk about food and adventure pairings?

 

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Brittany Benesi
Brittany Benesi
Government and Community Affairs Director
October 09, 2013

The Best of Both Worlds:
Seeing the Sierra Through the Eyes of a Newby Local

Since moving to the Sierra Nevada last October, I have looked for ways to connect to the region in the same way that I did to the place I grew up, the Pacific Northwest.

Sierra Nevada Geotourism and the Great Escape have provided just that opportunity for me.

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Tyra Frizelle
Vice President, Operations
October 03, 2013

Success! Martis Fire Restoration Project Complete

In 2001, the Martis Fire burned more than 14,500 acres within the Truckee River Corridor between Reno and Truckee, straddling the state boundary. 

The wildfire left the area devoid of native vegetation and adequate soil composition, which adversely affected the natural system’s ability to provide appropriate wildlife habitat and acceptable water quality for the Reno/Sparks communities.  Deforestation, erosion and the spread of noxious weeds were the result.

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Nicole Benter
Nicole Benter
Senior Program Director
October 01, 2013

A Great Escape into the Undiscovered Sierra

I’m getting out of the office and hitting the road!  

Instead of just talking and emailing about this Geotourism thing like I do most every day, I’m going to DO it, SHOW it, LIVE it: For the next week, I'll measure success not by how many emails I respond to, but instead by the number of Sierran people I meet face-to-face and the number of undiscovered Sierra adventures I get to enjoy and support firsthand. 

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Paul Ahrns
Paul Ahrns
Program Director
September 27, 2013

Re-Imagining the Role of Buildings


Traditionally, buildings have been the places where we live and work. They take resources to build, energy and water to function, and produce wastewater and garbage during normal operation.

What if, instead of consuming resources and producing waste, buildings produced benefits for our communities and environment? 

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