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Learn to grow your own

Slow Food Lake Tahoe and the University of California Cooperative Extensions Master Gardeners of Lake Tahoe are hosting free workshops on growing garden plants....

Seasonal Dog Closure at Upper Truckee Marsh

The California Tahoe Conservancy announced its annual seasonal dog closure at the Upper Truckee Marsh from May 1 through July 31. The purpose of...

Recreation areas open for season

U.S Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit is starting to open recreational facilities in the Tahoe Basin. Baldwin and Nevada beaches opened on...

Truckee River Guide | Documenting the river’s living history

On a spring morning in Truckee, I was enjoying a coffee outside Züri Coffee Co. and saw a flock of white pelicans fly overhead....

Join Tahoe Wildflower Big Year

Tahoe Institute for Natural Science has kicked off the Tahoe Wildflower Big Year, celebrating the many hundreds of plant species that make the Tahoe...

Tahoe guides docents of the back country

From the desert with the deepest valley in the world to the highest point in the contiguous United States to the largest alpine lake...

Input sought on Kings Beach Center

The Kings Beach Center and Eastern Gateway Redevelopment project is gaining momentum after implementing several rounds of revisions to the proposed design based on...

Input sought for Truckee’s Bridge Street

Town of Truckee’s Reimagine Bridge Street: Linking Downtown project is exploring intersection improvement alternatives for Bridge Street at Donner Pass Road and East/West River...

Briefing on West Shore parking, access plan

A project briefing for the State Route 89 Recreation Corridor Management Plan will be presented at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board meeting...

Project review open for Mt. Rose expansion

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Foresthas released the Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe Atoma Area Expansion draft Record of Decision and final Environmental Impact Statement for a 45-day formal...