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The top priority of the Forest Health program is to increase the pace and scale of forest restoration to match the pace and scale of climate change. Partners are building new relationships with utility companies and private industry to accelerate work on the ground. Expanding the forest restoration program will also bring greater benefits to Lake Tahoe’s ecosystem, creating more wildlife habitat, more carbon sequestration, and more clean water to Lake Tahoe’s tributaries.

 

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Tahoe Climate Resilience Action Strategy 2022

THE LAKE TAHOE CLIMATE RESILIENCE ACTION STRATEGY builds on existing Tahoe Basin climate and environmental improvement plans to identify five focus areas that will advance equity, create jobs, and build resilience for the Basin’s extraordinary natural resources, 57,000 residents, and an economy that supports 15 million annual visitors. We must act now to preserve and protect Lake Tahoe for this and future generations.

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