Greyson has written for the Tahoe Quarterly, Sierra Sun, Tahoe Daily Tribune, The Union and has been picked up by national publications via the Associated Press. He has won National and Nevada Press Association awards.

Following are a sampling of stories from over the years.

Tahoe Quarterly: Tracking Buddy
I was one of the first reporters covering Buddy, the first wolverine to appear in California in nearly 100 years, so it was surprising, revisiting the story almost 10 years later, to find out the impact the rare animal has had.

Tahoe Quarterly: Local Author Pens Mountain Bike Guide
I interview ski and mountain bike athlete Jeremy Benson about his new Tahoe area mountain bike guide book.

Tahoe Quarterly: Mitigating Dam Dangers
In the wake of the Oroville Dam’s near-miss in the winter of 2016-27, I take a look at the Truckee-Tahoe region’s many reservoirs.

Tahoe Quarterly: On the Comeback Trail
Where did wolves live in California before European settlers? What’s in store for their recovery? And how will the current political climate come into play?

Tahoe Quarterly: Working Toward Healthier Forests
A look at innovative work at Sagehen Experimental Forest in the face of millions of trees dying across the west from drought, fire and bark beetles.

Tahoe Quarterly: Huts on the Horizon
Truckee Donner Land Trust’s plans to create a number of ski huts in the Northern Sierra.

Tahoe Quarterly: Ice, Fire and Granite
An in-depth look at the geological forces shaping Lake Tahoe, the Sierra Nevada and the Western United States.

Tahoe Quarterly: Saving the River at its Source
Critical conservation work in an overlooked corner of the Sierra Nevada.

Tahoe Quarterly: Eye to Eye: Adventurer Dave Nettle
Profiling a local climbing and skiing legend with a noteworthy approach to life (and I got to climb with him).

Tahoe Quarterly: Tahoe Trailblazing
The evolving art of trail construction, a key element to Tahoe’s tourism.

Tahoe Quarterly: Tahoe’s Backcountry Gems
Local experts’ advise on top backcountry ski and snowboard destinations around Tahoe.

Sierra Sun: Climate Change in the Sierra
Rescued from the Sierra Sun website, this story was an in-depth look at the effects of climate change on the Sierra.

Sierra Sun: Truckee’s Biggest Fire, 50 Years Later
Also grabbed from the Sierra Sun website before it was lost, I spoke with old-timers and forest fire experts about Truckee’s most devastating fire.

Sierra Sun: One Foot in Front of the Other
An interview with Pacific Crest Trail hikers about life on the 2,650-mile trail from Mexico to Canada.

Sierra Sun: Hiking the Tahoe Rim Trail
Collected stories, photos and videos from a two-week hike on the 165-mile trail circumambulating Lake Tahoe.

2nd place, Best Investigative or In-Depth Story or Series, National Newspaper Association: “Marijuana in Nevada County” (Shared with the staff of The Union)
1st place, Best Feature Story, Nevada Press Association: “One step at a time”
3rd place, Best Feature Story, Nevada Press Association: “Trail blazers”
3rd place, Best Explanatory Journalism, Nevada Press Association: “Climate Change: Forests, wildlife, fire danger all expected to be affected by warming Sierra”