Stateline, Nevada – The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency has published the winter 2016 edition of Tahoe In Depth.
Published by TRPA with assistance from partner agencies and nonprofit groups, the award-winning biannual newspaper strives to give homeowners, landowners, visitors, residents, and policymakers clear, straightforward, and interesting information about Lake Tahoe and its environment.
Stories in the winter 2016 edition of Tahoe In Depth include:
- New products, practices helping keep winter stormwater from harming Lake Tahoe
- President Obama calls conservation key to battling climate change at Lake Tahoe Summit
- Tahoe RCD close to acquiring Johnson Meadow
- Study finds Lake Tahoe’s health improving
- Sand Harbor bike route underway while Kingsbury Stinger trail opens
- Environmental redevelopment projects taking shape around Tahoe Basin
- Best in Basin: A roundup of the year’s best projects
- Emerald Fire spared homes, but caused heavy erosion
- Piecing together the memories of a cluster of Tahoe cabins on 4th of July Creek
- Drought and beetles taking a toll on Tahoe’s forests
- Enjoying winter—safely
The winter 2016 edition is available at distribution points around Lake Tahoe and online at https://www.trpa.gov/press-room/tahoe-in-depth/.
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.