Quenching Tahoe’s thirst with reusable cups

Three years ago, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows made the decision to eliminate the sale of single-use plastic water bottles. It launched Drink Mountain Tap...

Historic Rubicon Point Lighthouse

The hike from D.L. Bliss State Park to Emerald Bay and back ranks as one of the most exceptional walks in all of Tahoe....

Rare Trout reintroduced in the Sierra

California’s native Paiute cutthroat trout, the rarest trout in North America, swims once again in its high Sierra home waters for the first time...

August Wildflower Hot Spots

July was quite exciting with tight gardens of balsamroot and mule ears quickly taking over exposed slopes. Once the temperatures warmed, lupine and paintbrush...

Corps Conserving Trails to Grover Hot Springs

Day hikers and campers at Grover Hot Springs State Park in Markleeville will appreciate the upgrade to the trail from the meadow campground to...

Swimming with the wildflowers at Sagehen Meadows

  Longer, warmer days each spring are the harbinger of wildflowers and hiking season in Tahoe and Truckee. As the plants begin to push up...

Working to protect the Truckee River

  The Truckee River is a jewel that runs from Lake Tahoe through Truckee and Reno and ends in Pyramid Lake. The Truckee River is...

Kings Beach Public Pier Rebuild Approved

Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board unanimously approved the Kings Beach State Recreation Area Pier Reconstruction Project, a near-term project in California State Parks’...

July’s Wildflower Hot Spots

Now that the sun has melted the snow at lake level, the soil is moist and healthy for a fabulous season of wildflowers. You’ve...

Tips for keeping fire safe this winter/holiday season

Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team and local fire districts are reminding residents and visitors to properly dispose of fireplace/woodstove ashes and to use caution...