FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 15, 2012
Tahoe RCD’s Conservation Landscape Tour features Beautiful Gardens on Tahoe’s West Shore
Lake Tahoe, CA – Nine beautiful West Shore gardens and educational talks on conservation landscaping topics highlight the fifth annual Conservation Landscape Tour, one of the signature events produced by the sustainable landscaping experts with the Tahoe Resource Conservation District. Maps for the tour can be picked up on Sunday, August 19 between 1 and 3 pm at the corner of Wilson and Pine Streets in Tahoma, CA.
“Last year’s Conservation Landscape Tour attracted over 150 people, and we look forward to seeing even more locals, second homeowners and visitors at this year’s event,” said Courtney Walker, Conservation Planner with the Tahoe Resource Conservation District. “We have great presenters and some stunning properties to visit, as well as light refreshments and entertainment to cap off the tour in style.”
Information Release: August 7, 2013
RE: Invasive Species Detections
Peter Brumis, Tahoe Resource Conservation District
530.543.1501 ext. 116, pbrumis@TahoeRCD.org
August 3, 2012:
Species found: 1 live quagga mussel was discovered on the anchor line of a pleasure craft
Where: Meyers Watercraft Inspection Station near South Lake Tahoe, CA.
Boat origin: The boat had recently visited the Lake Havasu area, which is known to be infested with quagga mussels.
Details: The boat was decontaminated and cleared by California Fish and Game personnel.
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