ACE is in the business of amazing locations. Day in, day out, our crews are at work in some of the most stunning locations in the United States. But we are also fortunate in that our regional offices are located in amazing locations, too. Take our Lake Tahoe branch in California. Here, our lucky corps members get to live and work at one of the most beautiful lakes in the country. We are proud that our crews are able to partner with agencies such as the Forest Service and National Park Service close to Lake Tahoe, and work to restore and maintain the beauty of the surrounding area. And when our crews are not working, Lake Tahoe is an outdoor enthusiast’s playground and a prime vacation destination.
In addition to working on the Mount Tallac Trail and the Kingsbury Stinger Trail, projects that we have featured on our blog this week, ACE California crews based out of Lake Tahoe have also spent the summer completing two projects that focused on protecting the gorgeous meadows around Lake Tahoe. One project was the construction of a boardwalk near Zephyr Cove that will be part of a bike path providing access to the eastern shore of the lake. The other project was helping with the construction of a causeway near Fallen Leaf Lake that will reduce the damage to a meadow from high equestrian use.
ACE California would like to thank the many corps members who participated in projects in the Lake Tahoe region this summer.