November 2019: The Sierra Sun published a press release on our Sugar Pine Program with North Tahoe students.
September 2019: Moonshine Ink writer Juliana Demarest interviews our Executive Director Meg and talks about our experiential education programs on Donner Summit.
May 2019: Our press release on the upcoming Girls Summer Science Camp, lead by our Executive Director, Meg Seifert, PhD. At the time, we had seven full $700 scholarships available to girls in the Tahoe area.
May 2019: As part of our fundraising campaign for Sacramento area schools for #BDOG2019, we put together this video interview with a teacher. We were able to raise over $5000 in just 24 hours through this year’s event.
December 2016: Students from the North Tahoe Middle School conducted research projects to study how humans have impacted the geology and biology of Martis Valley. News of this was printed in the Sierra Sun.
September 2016: Headwaters Executive Director Meg Seifert to give a talk on our relationship with science and education at TEDxTahoe City September 17th.
June 2016: These 6th grade students at the North Tahoe Middle School designed research projects to learn how erosion works and impacts their school in the Lake Tahoe Basin. News of this was covered in the Sierra Sun.
June 2016: An article in the Sierra Sun on a Truckee High School class who designed projects to learn one two local streams contained different levels of aquatic insects.
May 2016: A newspaper article on the Kindergarten and 1st grade class at Donner Trail Elementary who had their research questions on Lahontan Cutthroat Trout published in NPR’s Science Friday Podcast.
The Science Friday Podcast mentioned above and the “Take A Sample”program the Donner Trail students took a part of.
April 2016: A feature of Headwaters, it’s origins and mission, as part of Give Back Tahoe’s series on local non-profits, published in the Sierra Sun.