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Preserving our natural resources is part of the honor that our residents champion through personal desire and support of the numerous environmental organizations and agencies throughout the region.  And with good reason.

When you live in one of the most pristine locations in the world, you naturally get involved in preservation and protection programs out of sheer respect.

Speaking of respect, throughout the Lake Tahoe region all businesses are encouraging tourists to fully read and adapt to the “Know Before You Go” COVID Regulations Guide. 

Protecting our Paradise ~

World class resources are available to everyone who has a desire to get involved and volunteer programs abound.  It is not uncommon for residents, as well as tourists, to get passionate about responsible land management through the U.S Forest Service “Leave No Trace” initiatives.

For those who love to hike, bike, and ride their horses through some of the most scenic trails in America, the Tahoe Rim Trail encourages any and all stewards of the land to keep the trails safely in shape.  Beach goers are always welcomed to join in on the numerous clean-up initiatives throughout the year.  And for those who dream of being involved in some of the most prestigious conservation initiatives in America, the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center is the place to make a difference within our hometown.

Monitoring the entire health of the basin is the Tahoe Regional Protection Agency.  It is the pulse of a cooperative effort to preserve, restore, and enhance the unique natural and human environment of the Lake Tahoe Region.

And that is just the beginning.  Below is an overview of other Lake Tahoe environmental agencies and organizations - all of whom welcome volunteers, input, and support.

Overview of Lake Tahoe Agencies and Organizations  ~

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