Tahoe Resource Conservation District

How Can I Help Protect My Community?


Block-Party-Photo-medium-2The Tahoe Network of Fire Adapted Communities is an alliance of organizations working to reduce wildfire risk in the Lake Tahoe Basin. It is made up of fire protection districts, land management agencies, and engaged communities. The Network focuses on these objectives:

     Connect residents and fire protection districts to create defensible space

     Educate residents to become knowledgeable and capable citizens in the face of wildfire threat

     Empower leaders to organize their communities and build resilient communities


Click below to stay up to date on the latest news and announcements from the Fire Adapted Communities Program.

October 2017 Newsletter

September 2017 Newsletter


Leaders Wanted
Fire2-free-55The Tahoe Network relies on leaders within the community willing to step up, and help protect their communities from wildfire threat. These leaders work with community coordinators and fire district personnel; educating neighbors on ember awareness and defensible space, hosting workshops, and celebrating the work being done. All residents of the Lake Tahoe Basin are encouraged to take on a leadership role, and prepare their neighborhoods for wildfire. Click here for a list of actions leaders can accomplish here in the Basin.


If your interested in becoming a leader in your neighborhood please contact the Tahoe Resource Conservation District at: Info@Tahoercd.org    530.543.1501 ext. 129


For more information on living with fire in the Tahoe Basin, please visit our partners from The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension here.