State of the Lake returns to Granlibakken Tahoe

Submitted to the Sun

TAHOE CITY, Calif.— On Thursday, July 20, the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center will be hosting the annual State of the Lake presentation at Granlibakken Tahoe. 

The State of the Lake report informs nonscientists about the important factors that impact the health of Lake Tahoe and provides the scientific underpinnings for restoration and management decisions within the basin. 

This year’s report summarizes the data collected during 2022 in the context of the long-term record of research at Lake Tahoe. UC Davis researchers have continuously monitored the lake since 1968. 

The presentation will begin at 5:30 p.m. at Granlibakken, with TERC director Geoff Schladow schedule to present. 

Schladow is a professor of civil and environmental engineering at UC Davis, and will share highlights off the report during a simultaneous live presentation and webinar in his always informative and live interpretation of the most recent data. 

Advanced tickets are $10 and free for students with a student ID. Tickets at the door are $15. 

Refreshments and a no-host bar will be available from 5-6 p.m. The open bar will have wine, beer, mixed cocktails, sodas, and sparkling water. 

Granlibakken can accept cash and credit cards. In addition, a fruit, cheese, and charcuterie tray will be provided. 

The lecture will begin at 6 p.m.. in the Mountain Room at Granlibakken, located at 725 Granlibakken Rd. 

This presentation will be simultaneously webcast live. Join remotely at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 20 by clicking the following link to stream the lecture from your device:

For more information call 775-881-7560 or visit

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