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Page 2: Livestock Grazing around and in Lake Tahoe
by: Bill Denkler
October, 1999

Disclaimer: The locations of photographs in  this album have not been determined through survey. Due to the intermingled nature of land ownerships throughout much of the west, some photographs where the context or caption imply or otherwise indicate government ownership may actually be located on intermingled or adjoining private lands.

Lake Tahoe is loosing a foot of visual clarity a year. These 250 head of cattle graze in a meadow of Trout Creek, a major tributary to Lake Tahoe. E. coli is starting to show up in water tests. The erosion and hundreds of tons of raw sewage are certainly a big contribution in our loss of this designated National Treasure.