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TRPA starts work to remove invasive plants in Taylor, Tallac creeks

Staff Reporter, Tahoe Daily Tribune
November 30, 2020

Crews began work this month in the marsh system of Taylor and Tallac creeks in the southwest portion of the Lake Tahoe Basin to remove aquatic invasive plants from an abundant and impacted marsh ecosystem, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency said today.

In partnership with the USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, crews will remove vegetation from the marsh this fall in preparation for the laying of bottom barriers next spring, according to TRPA. 

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