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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Helping people understand Tahoe | Heather Segale

Story by Tim Hauserman ·   Heather Segale works with local students to help them understand the science of Lake Tahoe.   Whether it is getting in a...

Advocating for conservation, outdoors | Eric Petlock

Story & photos by Priya Hutner ·   An avid outdoorsman, Eric Petlock also is passionate about conservation ·  I met Eric Petlock in a short...

Paddling for Change | Danielle Katz

Story & photos by Priya Hutner ·   “Who am I?” is a technique offered to the seekers of consciousness initiated by one the most influential...

Sharing a love of the outdoors – Sarah Scott & Robin McElroy

Story by Jenn Sheridan & Photography by Mael Passanesi ·  It’s not every day that a dream opportunity pops up. So when Robin McElroy saw...

The colors of Autumn

Subtle hues paint the lake below Eagle Rock.  Kevin Klein  |  KevinKleinPhotography.com Autumn is a season for self reflection, a time to gaze inward. The shortening...

Expo focuses on sustainable Tahoe

By Priya Hutner  ·   Many of the people living in Tahoe embrace a deep love and connection to the environment. And, yet, our environment is...

Wildflowers & Waterfalls

 Story & photos by Katherine E. Hill  ·   View of Ward Peak Wildflower season in Tahoe changes weekly, sometimes daily, with flowers flourishing one day at...

Wildflowers of Tahoe

Story and photos by Hannah Sullivan & Cliff Lambson  ·   This time of summer is like an extended treasure hunt; every day we open our...

Celebrate Mother Earth with films, Earth Day

Matt Palmer | Squaw Valley · The Tahoe Truckee Earth Day Festival returns to Squaw Valley Saturday on April 19, with this year’s Wild &...

Take extra precautions for invasive species

Sadly, a recent press release from the Nevada Department of Wildlife indicated that New Zealand Mudsnails were found in two locations in the Truckee...