How to Support Sustainable Tourism in Lake Tahoe

From adding much-needed space for increasing tourism to home-away-from-home extended stay hotels, our projects bolster burgeoning economies and provide unparalleled experiences for residents, guests, and investors alike.

More so than ever before are our efforts to include our commitment to support sustainable tourism wherever we land.

Right now, we are reviewing a wide variety of innovative and educational ways to promote this preservation program throughout our Revitalize Tahoe Basin project in Crystal Bay, Nevada.

Here on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore, you come to appreciate the beauty that surrounds the magnificent Sierra. And over the years, millions of others have visited, and continue to visit or live, in this pristine paradise. 

Efforts are underway to educate locals and visitors alike about the positive and negative impacts that this flourishing region is experiencing. With a progressive and positive mission, the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association has unveiled a program to ‘protect and preserve’ our beloved environment.

They do this through six ‘travel pledges’ that are noted to “amplify environmental stewardship efforts.”

As neighbors and engaged developers, we encourage you to “Take The Pledge” right here.

Whether you participate in a “Clean up The Beach” project, drink the award-winning “Tahoe Tap” water or plant Sugar Pine seeds for the Sugar Pine Foundation, we encourage you to be an advocate for Sustainable Tourism.

 For more insight, follow these links:

Tahoe Voluntourism: How You Tap into North Lake Tahoe’s Sustainability Ethos

Protect North Lake Tahoe: How You Can Take Action

Sustainable Transit: TART connect

Sustainability Superstar: Sherry McConkey

 Sustainability Superstar: Amy Berry