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Interview: Reno’s Historic Tie To Snow Surveying | KUNR

By ThisIsReno

Every winter, a group of people venture into the back country of the Sierra Nevada Mountains to measure the amount of water resting in the snow, so farmers and cities can make accurate water plans.

Patrick Armstrong has been doing these snow surveys since 1972. He recently wrote a book about it called The Log of a Snow Survey, and he sat down with Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick to talk about Reno’s historical impact on this practice.

READ MORE from our media partner, Reno Public Radio: Interview: Reno’s Historic Tie To Snow Surveying | KUNR

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