Lake Tahoe EIP

Tahoe Paradise Park Upper Truckee River Stabilization and Restoration Project

Project Number
01.02.01.0086
Action Priority
Restore Priority Meadows, Wetlands, and Lake Tahoe Tributaries
Implementers
U.S. Forest Service - Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit
Primary Contact
Joey Keely (joseph.keely@usda.gov)
Stage
Planning/Design
Duration
2018 - 2021
Watershed Restoration Program Restore Priority Meadows, Wetlands, and Lake Tahoe Tributaries
This project will restore the ecological function of the impaired reach of the Upper Truckee River lying between the Washoe Meadows golf course and the Tahoe Pines public access. In this reach, streambank erosion impacts the UTR and has destroyed sections of established streamside trails on the east bank upstream of and alongside Lake Baron (which is infested with invasive fish and plant species), and on Forest Service land on the west bank. Restoration activities include re-contouring the vertical-cut streambanks & stabilizing by strategic placement of woody debris and boulders, relocation of streamside trails & creation of low-impact public access, and removal of AIS from Lake Baron.

Key Accomplishments

Accomplishments to be provided upon completion of project

Threshold Categories

  • Fisheries
  • Recreation
  • Soil Conservation
  • Water Quality

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