Stir fry, add to a pizza or concoct a sweet jam with some delectable edible plants found right here in the Sierra. They’re out of this world — or more like “out of the wild!”
Gateway to the Future
HSTT meeting the COVID challenge, but needs your help
Gone from Tahoe: The American Pika
“With high metabolic rates and thick fur, pikas are well-adapted to the cold temperatures at high elevations, but these same adaptations make them vulnerable to global warming” (Joseph Stewart, 2017 study on pikas in the Tahoe region).
No Place Like Home
Carl Park Bechdolt
Carl Bechdolt, with a family history that dates back to the 1920s in Tahoe City and a family connection to many of the area's landmarks, is about as local as it gets.
Sarah Obexer-Fields: West Shore Successor
Sarah Obexer-Fields is a wife, mother, and part of the legendary Obexer family, a West Shore boating dynasty that can be traced back to the early 1900s. Obexer-Fields talks about her famous family, Tahoe, and locals’ struggles.
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