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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?

Readers Reflect August 2021

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In response to Hospitality Needs to Work Both Ways; trash and plastic pollution, climate change; No Housing, No Employees; more

Don’t Blame the Visitor for Structural Problems

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One North Shore resident feels there’s been a sense of blaming visitors on community issues like the housing shortage and trash since the onslaught of Covid-19. His My Shot provides his perspective on structural problems he sees as the real root cause.

News Briefs | 10 June – 7 July 2021

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A fire ban is in effect; Tahoe’s first on-water charger; construction updates around the Basin; more.

Has Covid-19 Takeout Equaled More Trash?

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Has picking up more food-on-the-go during Covid increased how much trash we put out? The answer may surprise you.

News Briefs | February 11 – March 10, 2021

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Avalanche rescue mission; addressing trash issues; and local projects gaining momentum; more.

The Cables Leaking Lead in Lake Tahoe

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A 7-mile cable that winds up the West Shore in Lake Tahoe is leaking lead, according to a lawsuit to be filed later this month. The cable is one of four abandoned lines that some locals would like to see removed.

Recalibrating Summertime Crowds

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Episode 81 | October 13, 2020

Numbers keep coming in regarding the number of visitors in Tahoe this summer. New wastewater information changes things. Reporting and broadcasting by Alex Hoeft.

News Briefs | September 10 – October 7, 2020

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Who’s running for Truckee Town Council; efforts to combat pollutants/microplastic in Lake Tahoe; a peregrine falcon success story.

Community Empowerment Through Beach Clean-Ups

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While a big tourism year for Tahoe’s north shore has brought this My Shot author a sense of a lack of control over litter and other degrading impacts, but he encourages action, like his own newly established Monday beach clean-ups, to fight that feeling of powerlessness and make a difference.