Category: Newsletters

November 2018 Executive Director Newsletter

Friday, November 30th, 2018

Snow is flying at Lake Tahoe, and the Conservancy’s crew operations and land management activities have wrapped up for the winter ahead. At the same time, Conservancy staff are finishing development of our new Strategic Plan, and will spend the winter continuing to plan for the large scale initiatives that make up an increasing share […]

September 2018 Executive Director Newsletter

Monday, October 1st, 2018

Fall weather has arrived, and Conservancy crews are nearing the work season’s end before the snow starts to fly. Flows are already lighter in the Tahoe Basin’s rivers and creeks, including the Upper Truckee River, which drains Lake Tahoe’s largest subwatershed. The Conservancy welcomed good news in September as we were awarded two significant grants […]

Climate Adaptation Action Plan Infographic

Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

Click here to see the Conservancy’s Climate Adaptation Action Plan Infographic.

May 2018 Executive Director Newsletter

Friday, June 1st, 2018

Spring has sprung at Lake Tahoe, as cool, wet weather replenishes creeks and wetland areas, aspen trees leaf out, bear cubs are spotted, and the usual pre-summer road construction has begun in full force! It is a time for renewal and anticipation. The Conservancy has been busy, as the field crews are now on board, staff […]

January 2018 Executive Director’s Report

Monday, February 26th, 2018

The lack of snow may be limiting our recreational options, but we’re taking advantage of the dry weather to move ahead on several signature projects and initiatives, and look forward to launching our strategic planning process in March. Click HERE to see the Conservancy’s January 2018 Executive Director’s report.

October 2017 Executive Director’s Report

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

October afforded the opportunity to bid a fond farewell to retiring longtime Resources and Public Access Program Manager Penny Stewart, celebrate another successful crew season, and plan for the future at the annual State Conservancy Summit. We are also excited about the Governor’s recent approval of the Parks Bond which, if passed by the voters […]