Overview

Basics

Basics
The USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) are working together to restore the Taylor and Tallac creeks and marshes in South Lake Tahoe, California by treating a 17 acre invasive weed infestation. The containment/eradication of aquatic invasive weeds in the Taylor and Tallac Creek watershed is the first phase in a larger, comprehensive Taylor and Tallac Restoration project and is critical to successfully restoring this habitat and is expected to take 3 years. A design contract was awarded to obtain 100% designs and permits for phase 2. Phase 2 is expected to begin 2025.

Implementation
2012
2018
2028
$7,600,000

Emily Frey (efrey@trpa.gov)
06/01/2014
01/19/2024
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