Working Towards a Better Tomorrow
The Tahoe Science Advisory Council was established in 2015 by a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the State of California and Nevada. The Council is an independent group of scientists who work collaboratively to advise policy makers to promote, enhance, and maintain the ecological integrity of the Lake Tahoe and its watershed. The Council utilizes the best available scientific information on matters of interest to both the states of California and Nevada to preserve Lake Tahoe. By bringing together representatives from academic institutions and agencies, the Council aims to leverage efforts and maximize resources, streamline and bridge research and restoration activities from watershed to lake.
Council members include two representatives from participating academic institutions and government agencies.