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TRPA Cracks Down on Illegal Buoys; Students Win Gold, Silver at...

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Locals win gold at World Rafting Championships; TRPA cracks down on illegal mooring; Timy Dutton Truckee Duckee Derbee on June 18; and more

15 Million Visitors and the Search for Public Beaches

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Visitors abound each year in Tahoe, especially in the summer. In this month’s YATA, we asked how many people actually travel our way, and where the public/private property lines on Tahoe’s beaches lie (it’s different for each state).

Is Lake Tahoe a National Treasure or a County Treasure?

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Should Lake Tahoe be managed as a national treasure or a source of treasure for Washoe County? My Shot writer Ann Nichols weighs in.

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.

Early Days of Tahoe Skier Glory…

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Pat Dillon reflects on the days of skiing on skinny rockets and burning the midnight oil with Tahoe skiers of the 1970s and ’80s.

Counties Declare Emergency Due to Storm; Caltrans Urges Essential Travel Only;...

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News Briefs: 28 Dec., 2021 - 2 Jan., 2022: online only, including information on county local states of emergency and Caltrans’ recommendation to limit car travel to essential trips.

Largest Invasive Species Removal Project Announced for Tahoe; 301 New Affordable...

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News Briefs: 20 Dec. - 27 Dec., 2021: online only

Tahoe Keys and the Fight to Put Toxic Chemicals in Lake...

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Invasive aquatic algae has long been a problem in the Tahoe Keys; now the homeowner’s association wants to use herbicides to combat the issue. In a My Shot opinion piece, these authors argue there are preferable, natural solutions.

The Enforcers

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Frustrated residents see code enforcement as a lengthy process with slow results, but the agencies empowered to protect our area’s environment and public safety say this is intentional. Who is right?

News Briefs | 14 October – 10 November 2021

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Study examines Caldor’s impact on Tahoe; First of its kind land management tool launched to help prevent catastrophic wildfires; more