Controlled burns to resume in Tahoe basin

rss
The Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team, which includes local, state and federal agencies, will continue prescribed fire operations this week around the Lake Tahoe Basin.  Weather and conditions permitting, the Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District, California State Parks, California Tahoe Conservancy and the U.S. Forest Service will continue prescribed fire operations in Sugar Pine Point […]

Calif. wants input on trout management

rss
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife will be soliciting public comment and ideas on the statewide management of trout at a series of public meetings. The three key areas for which CDFW are seeking input are: The revision of CDFW’s Strategic Plan for Trout Management, last published in 2003 The creation of a new […]

Tahoe basin USFS sites to open for season

rss
The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit  will soon begin the process of opening recreational facilities in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Weather and snow conditions permitting, Inspiration Point will be the first site to open on  April 14. Baldwin and Nevada beaches open April 28. The Taylor Creek Visitor Center opens May 25. […]

OMG fun run registration open

rss
Registration is open for the June 3 OMG Fun Run. For a few hours, leopards, butterflies, world-class athletes and Tahoe style entertainment will take over Old Meyers Grade. Costumes are encouraged and the best costume in each division (12 and under, women, and men) will receive a prize. Additional prizes will be awarded for the […]

Study: Science lacking in rules governing hunting

rss
By Jason Daley, Sierra Hunting in the United States and Canada is very different than in other parts of the world. Over the last 150 years, the hunting community and managers have developed a system called the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. In short, in other places, like Europe, wild game is considered the […]