CALIFORNIA, Tahoe RCD – Johnson Meadow, Truckee River’s largest privately-owned section, is now publicly owned by the Tahoe Resource Conservation District.The recent $8.315 million purchase of the 206-acre property now allows for a collaborative effort to restore the river, its wildlife habitat, and its public access.
CALIFORNIA – A large tract of land has been purchased along the Upper Truckee River in the hope of running restoration projects to aid the watershed and improve Lake Tahoe’s prized clarity. Nicole Cartwright of the Tahoe Resource Conservation District explains what comes next.
CALIFORNIA – The Tahoe Resource Conservation District will open inspection stations around the lake for the 10th consecutive season. The program is credited with preventing invasive species such as quagga mussels from entering the lake through an estimated 70,000 inspections and more than 32,000 hot water decontamination rinses […]
CALIFORNIA – The Tahoe Resource Conservation District is celebrating the success of fighting aquatic invasive species for the past 10 years. A huge part of this success is due to the boat inspection program that has allowed us to prevent new species from entering Lake Tahoe.
The Nevada Division of State Lands (NDSL), a division of the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, is providing approximately $350,000 to fund various environmental preservation projects in the Lake Tahoe Basin…Aquatic Invasive Plant Control at Elk Point Marina, Tahoe Resource Conservation District. Source: New projects help […]
CALIFORNIA – A conservation group and a coalition of municipal drinking water providers at Lake Tahoe have pitched in to try to stunt the growth of invasive aquatic plants that can degrade water quality and rob the lake of its famed clarity. …The barriers will be deployed this […]