Saturday, November 26, 2022

Should we tell people not to come to Tahoe?

The influential travel magazine Fodor's recently asked travelers to not travel to some locations this year because of overtourism and the impact on the...

Discover adventure on these Lake Tahoe day hikes

Lake Tahoe offers far more than casinos and crowded (if beautiful) beaches. Pack some adventure into your Sierra Nevada vacation this year by hiking...

2022 Lake Tahoe Summit

The theme of the 26th Annual Lake Tahoe Summit, which was held Tuesday, August 16, 2022, at Sand Harbor, was titled “Protecting Lake Tahoe’s...

Hiking the Tahoe Rim Trail

The 170-mile-long Tahoe Rim Trail is the heart of Lake Tahoe’s extensive trail system. It travels through two states, and three wilderness areas, and...

Court Decision in Martis Valley West Case

A long-awaited victory for conservation groups came in mid-February when California’s 3rd District Court of Appeals found that the 2016 approval of development in...

North Tahoe celebrates its Olympians

North Tahoe/Truckee is known as a world renowned tourist destination that is often packed to the gills with visitors. But underneath the weekend crowds...

Winter Wisdom: 50 lessons in 50 years, Part 1

Skiing along the John Muir Trail in Yosemite rates as a lifetime highlight, but I could have done without the “Sierra cement.” Pounds of...

Climate Resiliency Strategies at the Community Level

In late 2019, the California Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA), in partnership with Climate Resolve and a number of state agencies, began discussions on...

Buried! The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche

At the end of March 1982 snow was piling up so fast and furious that the Lake Tahoe region had come to a standstill....

Researchers Look for Sinks of Microplastics Pollution in Lake Tahoe

Microplastic pollution is seemingly ubiquitous, and few know this as well as staff research associate with the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center Katie...