Tahoe’s next step in its tourism evolution? Shifting focus from catering to visitors to supporting home base. Many of the lessons learned to reach this step came out of working through the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency has had to strike a fine balance between conservationists and private landowners throughout its five decades working to preserve the integrity of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Forest service acquires two of last large parcels of undeveloped land in the region; NLTRA secures TBID green light; Reno offers free virtual mental health services with Nevada ranked in the bottom ten states for mental health issues; more.
The North Tahoe Preservation Alliance president argues TRPA solutions like density of development or changing Vehicle Miles Traveled standards is not the solution to truly save the Basin from tourism-caused degradation.