Our Partners

Tahoe RCD values the many local, state, federal and private partners that make our projects and programs successful.

Partnerships are the corner stone of why Tahoe RCD has been so successful since 1974. Tahoe RCD is funded mostly by grants from a variety of sources, including state, federal and local. These grants allow us to provide services to the public, education on conservation issues and technical assistance for our many project partners. Thank you to all of our partners:

Federal Partners

Tahoe Regional Planning AgencyDesert Research InstituteUS Forest ServiceNatural Resources Conservation Services, U.S. Bureau of ReclamationUS Fish and Wildlife Service

State Partners

Nevada Fire Safe CouncilUniversity of California at DavisUniversity of Nevada-RenoAlpine CountyCalifornia Department of Transportation (CalTrans)California State ParksCalifornia Tahoe ConservancyLahontan Regional Water Quality Control BoardNevada Department of Environmental Protection, University Cooperative Extension (California and Nevada), Cal Fire

Local Partners

South Tahoe Public Utility DistrictTown of TruckeeTruckee River Watershed CouncilSouth Tahoe Unified School DistrictTahoe Truckee Unified School DistrictLake Valley Fire Protection DistrictNevada Tahoe Conservation DistrictTahoe Environmental Research CenterTruckee-Donner Parks and RecreationLake Tahoe Basin Weed Coordinating GroupLake Tahoe Aquatic Invasive Species Coordination CommitteeNorth Lake Tahoe Fire Protection DistrictTahoe Fire and Fuels Team

Non-Profit Partners

Sierra Watershed Education PartnershipSouth Tahoe Environmental Education CoalitionTahoe Institute for Natural SciencesLeague to Save Lake TahoeTahoe FundLake Tahoe Master Gardeners

Private Partners

Integrated Environmental Restoration Services (IERS)Homewood Mountain ResortSierra Ecosystems Associates/EN2 Resources, Inc, Private Marina Managers

Tahoe RCD also participates in many collaborative efforts including:

Take Care Tahoe, Tahoe Conservation Partnership, Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team, Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinating Committee

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