The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit is located in the east central part of California.
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Lake Tahoe SNPLMA Round 12 Final Recommendations

 

General Information

The Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act (SNPLMA) became law in October, 1998.  It allows the Bureau of Land Management SNPLMA Web Site to sell public land within a specific boundary around Las Vegas, Nevada.  Proceeds from those sales are then made available for certain types of projects.  In November 2003, the Act was amended to direct $300 million, or $37.5 million each year over the next eight years, to Lake Tahoe for implementation of the  Federal Environmental Improvement Program. Projects that are funded by SNPLMA are submitted each year to the Secretary of Interior for approval.

 

Approved Lake Tahoe SNPLMA Funding Rounds 5 - 10

  • Round 11 - The final recommendation for Round 11 SNPLMA funding was approved by the Secretary of the Interior on October 21, 2010.
  • Round 10 - The final recommendation for Round 10 SNPLMA funding was approved by the Secretary of the Interior on September 4, 2009.
  • Round 9 - The final recommendation for Round 9 SNPLMA funding was approved by the Secretary of the Interior on August 16, 2008.
  • Round 8 - The final recommendation for Round 8 SNPLMA funding was approved by the Secretary of the Interior on August 17, 2007.
  • Round 7 - The final recommendation for Round 7 SNPLMA funding was approved by the Secretary of the Interior on August 10, 2006.
  • Round 6 - The final recommendation for Round 6 SNPLMA funding was approved by the Secretary of the Interior on February 7, 2006.
  • Round 5 - The final recommendation for Round 5 SNPLMA funding was approved by the Secretary of the Interior on August 5, 2004.

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Lake Tahoe Basin Executive Committee

The Federal Interagency Partnership (FIP) and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) have completed "A Federal Vision for the Environmental Improvement Program at Lake Tahoe" dated June 2006.  The document, developed by the FIP and the TRPA, identifies our Vision, three goals, and four Environmental Improvement Program focus areas for Federal Agencies.


Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Committee

The Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Committee is made up of citizens concerned with the environmental and economic health of the Lake Tahoe Region. The purpose of the Committee is to provide advice to the Secretary of Agriculture and to the Federal Interagency Partnership on how the Partnership can best fulfill its duties pursuant to Executive Order 13057 and how to facilitate the integration and coordination of appropriate federal programs and funds to help achieve the goals of the Lake Tahoe Regional Environmental Improvement Program.

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