AlertTahoe Camera NetworkThe 2007 Angora fire not only devastated families who lost their homes, but also hurt Tahoe’s economy with an estimated cost of $160 million (not including loss of business during the fire nor the ecological impact on the environment). AlertTahoe is a system of networked sensors designed to protect the Lake Tahoe Basin from catastrophic wildfires, earthquakes, and other natural hazards. This is a program of the University of Nevada, Reno and we are partnering with them to fundraise to install these cameras. You can donate now to this important project. See the cameras here.

To date, the existing five AlertTahoe cameras have prevented more than 40 fires in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Imagine the impact of having more cameras in operation. Impacts from wildfire hurt the environment, community and economy. AlertTahoe can prevent that.

View from October 14, 2016 Emerald Fire in Tahoe.

View from October 14, 2016 Emerald Fire in Tahoe.

The Tahoe Prosperity Center (TPC) has identified AlertTahoe as one of our key initiatives. Five cameras will be installed in Spring 2017. It is our goal to raise $250,000 to place more cameras in the Lake Tahoe Basin and ensure this system is maintained to stop another devastating fire before it occurs. See the cameras at the University of Nevada Reno AlertTahoe website.
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One of the 2016 summer fires in South Lake Tahoe.