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22 Years of Investing in a Clear, Healthy Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is an EPA Priority Watershed, in part because of its iconic clarity and beauty. But climate change and human disturbance of the watershed threaten this national treasure. The fact sheet below is full of information about Lake Tahoe's history, the roles of EPA, California and Nevada in protecting the Lake Tahoe Basin, priorities for the next 20 years, as well as actions that you can take to protect Lake Tahoe.

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