Friends of Squaw Valley’s mission is to advocate for environmental sustainability, economic viability, and development that is aesthetically compatible with our community’s character.
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Squawpine's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
We accepted Whistler's nomination for the Ice Bucket Challenge and nominate Rusty Gregory and our good friends down at Mammoth Mountain.
What do you think of Squaw's various contributions? Do they balance out?
We can’t help but wonder how these positive contributions compare when weighed against the contributions made to the Save Olympic Valley campaign
Another opinion piece voicing concerns about the proposed Village Development
It would be refreshing if Squaw Valley Ski Holdings LLC and KSL would just be honest about their motives and intent. They are a for-profit enterprise.
Some water park humor from Granite Chief Ski & Mountain Shop
Forget about sunburns and skin cancer; the sun will be shining from SPF 100 light bulbs.
Sierra Watch questions our valley's water supply
KSL's proposed development raises a lot of questions about the future of Squaw Valley. For example, what if we end up in the nightmare scenario of too much development and not enough water?
Heads up to all Burners, the gate is closed and traffic is being turned back at Wadsworth.
The playa is mud, making it impossible to bike in and very difficult to walk in.
If you haven't taken our latest survey on Parks and Recreation, we would appreciate your feedback.
Some eye opening pictures of the Golden State's current drought conditions.
The most viral images on the internet, curated in real time by a dedicated community through commenting, voting and sharing.
Information on the Lost Sierra Hoedown
The Lost Sierra Hoedown takes place from September 18th through 21st at the Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl, an hour north of Truckee.
What is your idea of the perfect ski resort base village?
Shirley Canyon needs our love. Spread the word!
Curbed Ski list of average rent in ski towns. Squaw is currently low on the list.
We've compared monthly rental rates in 17 North American powder oasis to discover which ones are the priciest and which one could best accommodate your ski bum budget.
Less than 20 tickets left for tomorrow's Squaw Valley Institute Farm to Table Dinner
We are excited that this year’s dinner will once again take place at the historic Poulsen family estate nestled in the heart of Squaw Valley.
We send our condolences to the friends and family of long time Tahoe local Joe "Mama" Dukeman
Dukeman died Friday, Aug. 15.
While the residents of our valley ensure our future is bright, our friends in the Wasatch continue to wonder if one of their ski areas will even open this season.
I want Park City kept open this winter, and the only solution is for Vail to come to a reasonable agreement with Park City Mountain Resort. Join me in signing the petition to keep the resort open!
More observations on the recently completed Water Supply Assessment
This unexpected conclusion drew the attention of local environmental groups and several local scientists that have been studying Tahoe hydrology for years.
Bloomberg Businessweek provides a breakdown of KSL's top executives
Get to know KSL Capital Partners, LLC CEO & other corporate executives.
Bad news from Boca. Hopefully they get the fire contained immediately.
If you haven't yet taken our short online survey, we would greatly appreciate your feedback.
Diamond Peak Ski Resort unveils its $18.2 Million master plan, which was last updated in 1986. Included is year round recreation, a new lodge, upgraded lifts and terrain expansion.
The Incline Village General Improvement District continues to seek feedback on an upgraded master plan for Diamond Peak Ski Resort.
Next Saturday is the Shirley trail volunteer day
Join TTF, the USFS and our partners at Squaw for a great day out on one of our area’s most loved trails!
We are conducting our next survey on the Park and Recreation Improvements associated with the Village Development proposal.
Squaw Valley, PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn and Squaw Valley Lodge team up to raise money
Olympic Valley businesses have raised $75,000 since 2012 to preserve and restore Lake Tahoe and the region’s watersheds through the Green Bucks program and direct contributions.