Lake Tahoe Aquatic Invasive Species Action Agenda – Emerging Technologies to Play Pivotal Role

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Sierra Nevada Ally | Scott King | Mar 31, 2021

Bubble curtains are deployed at the Tahoe Keys development to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic species.

Emerging technologies will be at the forefront of this summer’s launch of the ten-year, multi-agency effort to address aquatic invasive species (AIS) as laid out in The Lake Tahoe Region Invasive Species Action Agenda.

Published in late 2019, Phase I of the Action Agenda aims to aggressively treat and control-test mitigation measures of AIS in the Tahoe Keys from 2021-2025. The environmental assessment and control-testing outcomes from Phase I will then guide the implementation of Phase II’s reduction and eradication measures from 2026-2030.

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