Lake preservation group meets tonight |

Lake preservation group meets tonight

Staff Reports

Do you support the prohibition of certain watercraft in the Lake Tahoe region?

If so, there is an event tonight you may want to attend.

People will be attending a Sacred Water Ceremony tonight from 5 to 6 p.m.

Mary Fiore, a University of Nevada, Reno, graduate student working at the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board, is planning to speak about water-quality issues, including the two-stroke engine ban taking effect today.

Tu Bears, a Native American spiritual leader, is supposed to speak about the spiritual value of water and will lead a “Dedication of the Waters of the Earth” ceremony.

People who feel strongly about preserving water in the Lake Tahoe Basin are encouraged to attend.

The event will be held at Nevada Beach, Elks Point Road, Zephyr Cove.

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