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Stateline, Nev. Dec. 14, 2018 The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) has published the winter 2018 issue of Tahoe In Depth. The award-winning newspaper strives to provide Lake Tahoe residents, visitors, and policymakers with information about protecting, enjoying, and exploring the Lake Tahoe Basin. Stories in the latest issue include:

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  • Crews close to finishing bike trail from Incline Village to Sand Harbor
  • Brown, Sandoval played pivotal roles in Tahoe restoration
  • 50 years of measuring Tahoe’s clarity
  • Fourth California Climate Assessment outlines likely climate change impacts
  • New Shoreline Plan is a landmark achievement for Tahoe
  • Changes approved for Tahoe’s development rights system
  • Forest Service working to restore at-risk stands of aspen trees
  • Forest health target of expanded treatments
  • “Team Tahoe” earns praise at annual summit
  • Upper Truckee meadow acquisition a milestone in restoration work
  • New approach for fighting Tahoe Keys invasive weeds
  • Research team keeping eye on rare goshawks, owls on East Shore
  • Best in Basin award winners
  • New Washoe heritage display, forest walks in Incline Village
  • Desolation Wilderness getting restoration work through partnership
  • Treasured meadows targeted for rehabilitation work
  • Corridor management plan to address busy West Shore highway
  • Fanny Bridge undergoing critical makeover
  • Tahoe Prosperity Center focused on improving housing options
  • Debunking Lake Tahoe fibs, fakes, and falsehoods

TRPA publishes Tahoe In Depth with significant contributions from many local, state, federal, nonprofit, community partners, and subscribers. The paper is mailed to every homeowner in the Tahoe Basin and is available at distribution points around the lake and online at http://www.trpa.org/about-trpa/press-room/tahoe-in-depth/

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency leads the cooperative effort to preserve, restore, and enhance the unique natural and human environment of the Lake Tahoe Region, while improving local communities, and people’s interactions with our irreplaceable environment.