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When You Stop Growing, You Start Dying

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A group of North Shore residents argue that changes like the Tahoe Basin Area Plan amendments are required in order to create much-needed redevelopment of aging buildings and revitalize town centers.

Yes, Tahoe Has a Tourism Problem

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It feels like we’ve reached max tourism capacity. What are we gonna do about it?

Unified Command Training Enhances Basin Emergency Protocols; New Initiatives Unveiled to...

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League to Save Lake Tahoe stands firm against amendments to Washoe County's Area Plan; advocacy campaign urges respect for trails; SNOW Museum and Community Cultural Center releases draft EIR; more.

Record Amount of Litter Left on Beaches; Budget Adoption to Accommodate...

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Take Care Tahoe campaign urges caution in cold water; Pines to Mines trail project; explore biodiversity at Sagehen; more.

Surviving the Storm; Lake Tahoe Flips; Moving Forward With 2040; More

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Local agencies outline how to prepare for winter weather emergencies. Plus, the Truckee 2040 General Plan moves toward adoption; Ikon Pass credits ski days lost to Covid; Lake Tahoe’s water fully mixes; and much more.

Truckee Microtransit; Kings Beach Parking; Beach-Cleaning Robot; Museums; More

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It’s been a news-filled week! In this week’s round-up, we feature several original reporting briefs by Moonshine’s reporters, Alex Hoeft and Kyra Mattson. We also cover two local museums, a new mountain biking trail, microtransit, whether or not Kings Beach will see a new parking lot, and more. Read this week's news briefs on our website.

How Citizen Science Can Keep Us from Loving Tahoe to Death

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You don’t have to be a professional scientist to help monitor Lake Tahoe. There are apps that allow anyone to become a citizen scientist by reporting what they see at the lake, or get their hands dirty by participating in a water quality monitoring day.

Required Retirement Plan for California Business Owners; Addressing Underwater Construction Debris;...

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CHP is stepping up traffic enforcement in Placer County; stricter permitting process for construction taking place along the Lake Tahoe shoreline; El Dorado County proclaims May through October 2022 as the timeframe for the Lake Tahoe Wildfire Awareness Campaign.

Will Sustainable Recreation Save Tahoe/Truckee?

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Local groups have solutions for litter, congestion, erosion, and other crowding impacts, but will they be enough?

Tackling Invasive Species is a Truckee/Tahoe Priority

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While the most visible ecological threats like litter and wildfire deserve our attention, the League to Save Lake Tahoe’s CEO wants you to understand that invasive species are a true threat to the lake’s health and clarity, right now.