California Tahoe Conservancy (Conservancy)
California’s ten State conservancies play an integral role in conservation, protecting and restoring natural resources and providing public recreational opportunities. Together, the conservancies comprise a coordinated effort, bringing government resources to designated regions of State and national significance. The California Tahoe Conservancy was created in 1984 and opened its doors in 1985 to restore and sustain a balance between the natural and the human environment and between public and private uses at Lake Tahoe. Since that time, the Conservancy has acquired nearly 4,700 parcels of land, comprising over 6,500 acres, for the purpose of protecting the natural environment and promoting public recreation and lake access. The Conservancy manages and implements direct projects on these lands.
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