Friday, May 20, 2022

A Look at Cohousing in Nevada

Throughout the United States, the majority of housing is made up of suburban, single-family homes. However, as an increase in housing demands is met...

Inextricably Linked: Understanding the Ties Between Climate Adaptation and Economic Opportunity

The implications of a changing climate are being felt in communities all across the state of California. Drought, wildfire, and torrential rains have begun...

Heather Sallan: Finding satisfaction by helping others.

About 20 years ago, Heather Sallan was disillusioned with the state of the world and the amount of poverty she saw in Reno, so...

Nevadans Remain Split

Southern Nevada’s newest lands bill has amassed support from conservationists, fair housing advocates, and lawmakers across the state, but not all are confident that...

Climate Resiliency Strategies at the Community Level

In late 2019, the California Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA), in partnership with Climate Resolve and a number of state agencies, began discussions on...

Affordable housing crisis in Tahoe

Workforce housing at Lake Tahoe: It’s hard to find, it’s way too expensive, and it sometimes leaves 30 somethings stuffed together with a bunch...

Mayoral Candidate Jenny Brekhus – A Conversation

A resident of Reno since 1998 and an experienced city planner, Jenny Brekhus has been a city council member for Ward 1 for three...

The Lessons a Pandemic Yields

Opinion What we have individually and collectively endured for over a year with Covid-19 has yielded many learning opportunities if we reflect on what has...

Reno apartment rent prices increased nearly 6% in 2020

With the eviction moratorium extended through the end of March and the supply of apartments at a near all-time low, demand has increased rent...

The Reno Burrito Project – a photo essay

Richard Bednarski is a freelance photo journalist and graduate journalism student at UNR. He focuses on crafting solutions and advocacy-based stories that move the...