Stateline, NV – The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) has published the winter 2017 edition of Tahoe In Depth. The award-winning newspaper, now in its fifth year of publication, strives to provide visitors, residents, and policymakers with information about protecting, enjoying, and exploring the Lake Tahoe Basin.

Stories in the winter 2017 edition include:

  • Changes in Tahoe wildlife, Pika facing higher summer temps
  • Clarity Challenge: Report finds Tahoe meeting goals for reducing stormwater pollution
  • Caltrans reducing tree mortality hazards
  • Tahoe taking action to protect forest health
  • South Tahoe, Vail, and LTUSD adopt green pledges
  • Tahoe region expanding electric vehicle charging options
  • Making headway battling aquatic invasive plants
  • Chipping toward a healthier forest
  • The first Forest Service ranger station at Tahoe
  • LimeBike project takes aim at reducing traffic
  • The ultimate Tahoe locals: Basin is home to a variety of unusual species
  • Tips for your trip to Tahoe
  • White satin moth dims fall colors in Spooner area
  • Paving the way to lake clarity
  • The South Shore “Y” comes alive
  • Groups collaborating on new shoreline plan
  • The basin’s best: TRPA recognizes 15 projects with major environmental benefits

TRPA published this edition of Tahoe In Depth with significant contributions from local, state, federal, nonprofit, and community partners. The newspaper is mailed to every homeowner in the Tahoe Basin and is available at distribution points around the lake and online