Truckee Border Inspection Station on Reno TV

CDFA’s border inspection station at Truckee was recently featured as the lead story on a Reno TV newscast. Many northern Nevada residents regularly drive through the station, which is one of many safeguards in California to protect natural resources and a food supply that helps feed Nevadans:  http://www.foxreno.com/s/news/11at11-archived-newscasts/

 

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One Response to Truckee Border Inspection Station on Reno TV

  1. Christy Clayton says:

    Most personally favorable of locations to increase insight and understanding of quarantines, and human nature, is to work at a California agricultural border inspection station. If even for one day, you will never be the same, especially if on the high desert during the windy season!

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