The beverage that not only tastes good but also works wonders. Converting
water to beer would effectively kill pathogenic organisms, creating a “healthier”
beverage that would allow our ancestors to survive and pass their beer-drinking
Featuring the much loved starchy potato, one of the few vegetables known to be grown at Lake Tahoe (Glenbrook House) during pioneer times. The potato, native to the Andes is well suited to our climate.
The Tahoe Science Center, in partnership with the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District, is proud to sponsor this screening of “Wilder Than Wild” at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences building.
One of the first crops to be harvested from any garden every year are leafy green vegetables like kale and lettuce. Add a couple of other veggies from the high elevation garden takls and you have one great spring salad or stir fry.
In cooler climates tomatoes typically are grown in greenhouses. The Lake Tahoe Master Gardeners and UC Davis TERC are more interested in the hardier species of tomatoes that can handle the climate of Tahoe. This fruit is notoriously the problem child for garden families here in Tahoe.
The Docent Training Program for both the Tahoe Science Center (Incline Village) and the Eriksson Education Center (Tahoe City) is held annually in the summer. The 2019 training dates are tentatively scheduled for June 13, 17, 18, and 20.