Resources

  • California Tahoe Conservancy - Develops and implement programs through acquisitions and site improvements to improve water quality in Lake Tahoe, preserve the scenic beauty and recreational opportunities of the region, provide public access, preserve wildlife habitat areas, and manage and restore lands to protect the natural environment.
  • Center for Urban Forest Research - Research that demonstrates new ways that trees add value and to increase understanding and appreciation of the urban forest.
  • El Dorado County Tree Mortality webpage - El Dorado County has taken action against Tree Mortality issues within the county.
  • El Dorado County Vegetation Management webpage - This website provides the latest on the County's efforts to help keep its residents prepared and safe for wildfires and links to other organizations that focus on wildfire prevention and preparedness.
  • Forestry Research and Outreach - This website is designed to give our communities research-based information forest issues. 
  • UCCE Central Sierra Living with Fire website - The University of California offers publications, websites, events and workshops on living with fire in the central Sierra. We have expertise in defensible space, fire resistant home construction, and living with fire in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
  • Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Program - The purpose of this website is to share documents and information related to the Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project. In January 2006 the site went live, and now you are able to read about our work-plan development, see our meeting presentations, and post comments about SNAMP topics at this site
  • UC Center for Forestry - Center conducts research and educational programs to sustain forest land systems.
  • U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit - Protects Lake Tahoe and its famed water quality by specially managing a diverse range of resources, particularly the complex watershed systems that form the basin surrounding the lake. Conservation, restoration and protection programs also include forest health and hazard fuels management, habitat, and wilderness management to name a few.