Cyndie Walck

Engineering Geologist (specialty Fluvial Geomorphology) Cyndie Walck is the head of the watershed program for California State Parks with 25 years of experience in stream and watershed restoration. Her background is in fluvial geomorphology with a masters degree in both hydrology and geology. Cyndie has worked on projects throughout the Tahoe area as well as throughout California. She has participated int he Upper Truckee Watershed Advisory group for over 20 years. Past projects in the Tahoe area include restoration of several reaches of Angora Creek and Coldstream Creek, as well as many trail and bridge projects.

“With the delay of more than 7 years due to litigation on CEQA technicalities, we have lost precious time to restore the river and habitat, sending more sediment into Lake Tahoe.” Cyndie Walck

“I look forward to being able to start work on this critical project. This is a watershed scale effort to improve the river and reduce impacts to Lake Tahoe and the relocation of the golf course and restoration of this reach is a key piece.” Cyndie Walck

Nathan Shasha

Environmental Scientist Nathan Shasha joined California State Parks in 2005 assisting in the Watershed Management program of the Natural Resources section where he helped plan design and implement a number of stream and meadow restoration projects within the Sierra District. With a B.A. degree in Environmental Resource Management and a minor in Geographic Information Systems, he is the District Trails Coordinator planning designing and implementing numerous road and trail improvement and maintenance projects throughout the parks. Nathan has conducted the baseline monitoring and post restoration project monitoring for the Angora Creek Restoration project and the Proposed Upper Truckee River Restoration project. Nathan is currently working on trail improvements in Washoe Meadows State Park, the Rubicon trail at DL Bliss SP, and is currently constructing the Grover Hot Springs State Park Nature Trail ADA Improvements project.