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Funds needed for environmental studies, trail repairs and signage for Incline Flume Trail

Click above or mail your check to:
ITF - Incline Flume
948 Incline Way
Incline Village, NV 89451
Thank you donors!
Trail Champions ($1000+):
Ponderosa Ranch
Rubin Family Fund

Trail Enthusiasts
($500+):
Tunnel Creek Station
Micky Lloyd
Sue Hughes

Trail Stewards
(100+):
John Gregory & Mary  Fenelon
Donald and Cindy Frei
Scarlett Martin
Barry Chaffin
Susan Dunshee
Loveday Family Trust
Chuck Greene
Mark Smith
Robert E Barker
Wayne and Cynthia McClelland
Will Temple

Thank you volunteers!
Amy Guinan
Clay Grubb
Craig Olson
Dan Dominy
David Joseph
Dorea Shoemaker
John Gregory
June Joseph
Kevin Hameister
Rick Holden
Sue Hughes
Wayne McClelland

Contributing businesses and organizations
Thanks for your time, expertise and support:

Incline Tahoe      Foundation
The Tahoe Fund
Parasol Tahoe
 Community
 Foundation
Broadbent Inc.
Gnomon Inc.
Tunnel Creek Cafe
USFS LTBMU
Lake Tahoe Nevada    State Park
Tahoe Rim Trail Assoc
TAMBA
NDOW

October 2015 

What beautiful fall weather we are having! Lot's of opportunity to get out and enjoy the trails.

Things are slowly progressing on the Incline Flume Project and the Forest Service is just starting the process of dealing with Incline Lake wetland restoration.

 HELP NEEDED - we'd like to redesign our website - please e-mail us at info@inclinetrails.org if you can volunteer to help out with this.

Diamond Peak Master Plan
The Master Plan was adopted in a 4-1 vote on Wednesday the 21st.  This kicks off the more detailed planning and permitting process for improvements at Diamond Peak - including trails and summer activities.  Thanks to everyone who expressed their support.
IFT - Ponderosa/Bullwheel land

The Ponderosa Ranch is on track to complete the donation of land which part of the trail and the Bullwheel sit on to a non-profit organization by the end of 2015. The USFS has also started the process in motion to examine the property and to likely become the eventual landowner.  This will clear the way to have the whole trail on public property and do much needed trail improvements to prevent erosion in that area.


IFT - Environmental studies going well, more funds needed

The first year of wildlife study is complete for the two species required - the Northern Goshawk and California Spotted Owl. We funded some of this through a consultant, but we were also assisted by NDOW (NV Dept of Wildlife).  This past summer NDOW was able to add our project area to other survey work underway.  Huge thanks to NDOW - they saved us considerable funds and sped up our timetable to complete these requirements.

Funds are still needed to repeat the Spotted Owl survey and accomplish the botany study next spring and summer - about $12,000...every donation helps!

Happy Trails!  And thanks for your support.