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[Assignment: 48-DPA-SOI_K_Lake_T_8-10-06] Lake Tahoe Restoration Forum presentations at Nevada's [Sand Harbor State Park, including announcement by] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [of the approval of more than $48 million for fuels reduction, forest health, watershed restoration, habitat improvement, water quality improvement, erosion control, adaptive management, and science and research projects aimed at protecting and restoring the Lake Tahoe Basin.]  [48-DPA-SOI_K_Lake_T_8-10-06_DOI_1698.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-SOI_K_Lake_T_8-10-06] Lake Tahoe Restoration Forum presentations at Nevada's [Sand Harbor State Park, including announcement by] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [of the approval of more than $48 million for fuels reduction, forest health, watershed restoration, habitat improvement, water quality improvement, erosion control, adaptive management, and science and research projects aimed at protecting and restoring the Lake Tahoe Basin.] [48-DPA-SOI_K_Lake_T_8-10-06_DOI_1698.JPG]

 
 
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Subject: Lake Tahoe Restoration Forum presentations at Nevada's [Sand Harbor State Park, including announcement by] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [of the approval of more than $48 million for fuels reduction, forest health, watershed restoration, habitat improvement, water quality improvement, erosion control, adaptive management, and science and research projects aimed at protecting and restoring the Lake Tahoe Basin. Joining Secretrary Kempthorne were Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Stephen Johnson, Nevada Senators Harry Reid and John Ensign, Nevada Congressman Jim Gibbons, Nevada Governor Kenny Guinn, and other federal, state, local, and tribal leaders.]

Photographer: Tami Heilemann--Interior Staff
[Assignment: 48-DPA-SOI_K_Lake_T_8-10-06] Lake Tahoe Restoration Forum presentations at Nevada's [Sand Harbor State Park, including announcement by] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [of the approval of more than $48 million for fuels reduction, forest health, watershed restoration, habitat improvement, water quality improvement, erosion control, adaptive management, and science and research projects aimed at protecting and restoring the Lake Tahoe Basin.]

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09/08/2006
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