Keeping Lake Tahoe Well
North Lake Tahoe has many programs that protect the beauty and wellness of the natural environment and community. The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency manages many programs for environmental protection. Homeowners receive guidance on how to control irrigation runoff. TRPA also works to maintain the integrity of the shoreline.
The Keep Tahoe Blue organization offers ways that visitors and homeowners can get involved in environmental clean-up programs. The Tahoe Blue Crews volunteer program conducts cleanup efforts at streams, beaches and trails around the region that can be impacted by litter from tourism.
Lake Tahoe also offers a great free public transportation system. This includes trams, buses, shuttles and trolleys. Emissions from the many tourists that visit Lake Tahoe by car eventually ends up as residue that affects the lake’s clarity. You can reduce your carbon footprint, while finding easy hubs to get virtually anywhere around Lake Tahoe.
The Annual Made in Tahoe Festival
To support the Lake Tahoe community, the Made in Tahoe Festival celebrates all things LOCAL. This festival takes place at the Village at Palisades Tahoe on May 27th and 28th, 2023. You will discover our many local artisans, while enjoying a wide array of offerings. All are made in or inspired by the Lake Tahoe Basin and Truckee areas. This includes local artisans, businesses, chefs, organizations, and entertainers.
All proceeds from the Made in Tahoe bars benefit the Tahoe Food Hub, and admission is free!
Saturday & Sunday, May 27 & 28 – 11:00AM – 5:00PM
Tahoe Food Hub
The Tahoe Food Hub is committed to sustainably grown food from small family farms within 150-miles of North Lake Tahoe. Proceeds from their local food marketplace benefit the entire community.
Did you know that their Harvest to Order program offers an online farmers market for consumers? No need to wait for the days that the Farmer’s Market comes to the Lake Tahoe area. You can order online for local pick-up in Truckee or Reno.
Their mission in creating this program is to increase access to local food in North Lake Tahoe, while providing new market opportunities for family farms. On a weekly basis with no commitment, consumers can buy fresh, sustainably-grown fruits and vegetables from local farms, as well as pasture-raised meats, dairy, eggs and pantry staples.
This is a hub for seasonal, sustainably-grown fruits and veggies from local farms. To ensure that produce has peak freshness, it is “harvested to order.” Customize your order or select a curated Harvest Box filled with seasonal fruits and vegetables for $29.95. Add-on a variety of grocery items including pastured meats and eggs as well as specialty products such as pasta and preserves.
Visit Harvest to Order
The Lake Tahoe area is home to many people who are working hard to ensure our environment is protected for generations to come. Contact us today to find the perfect vacation rental or for a list of available homes for sale.