Stateline, Nevada – The most recent edition of Tahoe In Depth is hot off the press.
The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and its partners have published the spring 2016 edition of the award-winning newspaper. The goal of the paper is to improve understanding of environmental issues at Lake Tahoe and help people protect and enjoy all of the outstanding natural resources the Tahoe Region has to offer.
TRPA mails Tahoe In Depth to all 40,000 property owners in the Lake Tahoe Basin. The newspaper is available at distribution points around Lake Tahoe, including visitor centers, restaurants, coffee shops, and government offices, and can also be downloaded online at www.tahoeindepth.org.
Many government agencies and nonprofit groups at Lake Tahoe contribute reporting and photography to the publication. Stories in this latest issue of Tahoe In Depth include:
- Conservancy leading project to restore Upper Truckee River Marsh
- Tahoe back at natural rim after winter snow
- Al Tahoe road improvements will help students get around
- Scientists analyzing effects of crayfish at Tahoe, Crater lakes
- Stashing your trash to protect bears and other animals
- How urban forestry lots help Tahoe’s environment
- Active Transportation Plan focuses on making all the right connections
- New Tahoe City location gives Maritime Museum more room to explore
- Tahoe RCD program helping communities become fire-adapted
- Lake Tahoe Community College’s transformation continues
- After a wet winter, Sierra wildflowers expected to return en masse
- Gauging the health of Tahoe’s tributaries
- Kings Beach face lift nearing completion
- Think twice before fertilizing
- Tahoe tap water clearly the best
- Tahoe Fund launches new venture to seed environmental projects with funding
- Amgen tour spotlighting Tahoe cycling
- A new face at the TRPA front counter
- Heavenly becomes outdoor classroom for South Shore fifth-graders
Subscriptions are the lifeblood of Tahoe In Depth. Mail subscriptions to Tahoe In Depth, PO Box 5310, Stateline, NV, 89449, or subscribe online at www.tahoeindepth.org. For more information, call 775-589-5230.
The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency leads the cooperative effort to preserve, restore, and enhance the unique natural and human environment of the Lake Tahoe Region, while improving local communities, and people’s interactions with our irreplaceable environment. For additional information, contact Tom Lotshaw, Public Information Officer, at 775-589-5278.