Upcoming Events

2020 Garden Workshop: Artichokes (Virtual)

This workshop is being moved to a virtual zoom video conference. You will have you register and complete the survey for each workshop in order to receive the appropriate seedlings. There are four different pick-up locations in the basin.

  • Tahoe City Field Station
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2020 Garden Workshop: Tomatoes (Virtual)

This workshop is being moved to a virtual zoom video conference. You will have you register and complete the survey for each workshop in order to receive the appropriate seedlings. There are four different pick-up locations in the basin.

  • Zoom Video Conference
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Story of Plastic Forum

We invited everyone to a free virtual screening of the Story of Plastic in preparation of a June 4th Panel Discussion and Q&A. The Story of Plastic was one of the featured movies at the Tahoe Film Fest. This is an amazing movie that everyone should watch. 

Garden Social Hour

June 16th: Join us again at 5:00 pm PDT for a follow up Q&A session with all of our presenters! One thing we are missing this year with virtual workshops is the social community we usually experience when we come together.

  • Zoom Video Conference
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TERC Mysis Shrimp Research

The TERC field crew for the last few years have been performing a solid amount of time in the field at night. When most of us are asleep, they are in Emerald Bay experimenting with the removal of the invasive Mysis shrimp.

  • Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences
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Unexpected Role of Social Networks in Ecology

Social networking, even between competing species, plays a much bigger role in ecology than anyone previously thought. “There’s mounting evidence that different species pay attention to each other in the wild, especially if they share predators,” said Mike Gil, postdoctoral researcher at UC Davis

  • Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences
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2020 State of the Lake Report

The Tahoe: State of the Lake report and the center’s long-term data set have become essential for responsible management by elected officials and public agencies tasked with restoring and managing the Tahoe ecosystem.

  • Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences
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Why is a third of food wasted world wide?

Nearly one-third of all the food that is produced in the world never gets eaten. By some estimates, we waste 30 million tons of food in the U.S. and 1.3 billion metric tons worldwide every year. All this waste has huge economic, environmental, and social costs.

  • Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences
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September Lecture

Join Dr. J. Faye Dixon from the UC Davis MIND institute as she discusses her newest research concerning people suffering from ADHD. 

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Presentation begins at 6:00 p.m. No-host bar available. 

Registration link coming soon

  • Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences
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