Water for the Seasons in the news:

Water for the Seasons undergraduate researchers present their summer research
University of Nevada, Reno – Undergraduate Research Summer Poster Session, August 11, 2016. 
Photos of the NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) WftS students presenting their research at the annual poster session along with their mentors, Loretta Singletary and Kelley Sterle.

A Drying Earth: Tribal communities look to ancient practices to prepare for a megadrought
WBEZ91.5 Chicago, June 29, 2016. 
Interview with Beverly Ramsey about her work on the Native Waters on Arid Lands project.

Fostering climate resiliency on Native American reservations
Thriving Earth Exchange, American Geophysical Union, June 2016.

AAAS 2016 Annual Meeting: “Climate, Water and the American Indian Farmer.”
AAAS News Briefing, February 13, 2016. 
A panel news briefing with Maureen McCarthy, Loretta Singletary, Karletta Chief and Derek Kauneckis during the AAAS annual meeting.

AAAS Short Documentary Film: “Water Scarcity on the Reservation.”
The American Association for the Advancement of Science, February 13, 2016.

UNR Researcher: “No Farmer Denies That Something Is Definitely Happening With The Climate.”
Reno Public Radio (KUNR), December 18, 2015. 
An interview with Maureen McCarthy on the initial findings of the Water for the Seasons and Native Waters on Arid Lands programs, and what the ongoing drought means for farmers, water managers, and tribal communities in the Truckee-Carson River System and the Western US.

University Cooperative Extension’s collaborative drought research aided by recent grants
Reno Public Radio (KUNR), April 14, 2015.  
Loretta Singletary of the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension discusses drought, climate resiliency, the Water for the Seasons program and the Native Waters on Arid Lands program on KUNR’s Beyond the Headlines. 

Nevada Project Aims to Build Resiliency to Drought
Emergency Management, August 26, 2014. An overview of the Water for the Seasons program and potential challenges associated with climate change in Nevada.

Official Award Announcement: NSF and NIFA award $25 million in grants for study of water sustainability and climate
National Science Foundation, August 19, 2014.  
The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA) awarded $25 million in 2014 for study of water sustainability and climate, including funding for the University of Nevada, Reno’s project on Water Sustainability in Snow-Fed Arid Land River Systems.

Researchers seek to better understand and plan for drought
Reno Public Radio (KUNR), August 14, 2014.  
An overview of the Water for the Seasons program highlights the importance of improving drought resiliency in the Truckee-Carson River system. Includes interviews with WftS researchers Maureen McCarthy and Greg Pohll.

Study focuses on droughts and climate change in Sierra and beyond
Reno Gazette-Journal, August 13, 2014.
An overview of the $3.8 million Water for the Seasons Project and the importance of developing options for dealing with drought and climate change in the Truckee and Carson River Systems.

$3.8 million project will help northern Nevada build resiliency to future droughts
Nevada Today, August 13, 2014.
Press release from University of Nevada, Reno announcing the award of $3.8 million for climate research in the Truckee-Carson River System through the Water for the Seasons program. Also published via Channel 2 News (KTVN) and Carson Now.



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