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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"The unavoidable reality is that alpine towns that have risen around the sport of skiing--once full of heart, soul and character--increasingly resemble the crowded, polluted, sprawling and undistinguished landscapes that characterize so much of modern America." -Hal Clifford, 2001
Purchase your early bird tickets by July 30
Saturday, Sunday, Monday September 6th - 8th, 2014
Sierra Watch's statement on yesterday's meeting
UnofficialAlpine.com recaps yesterday's meeting with the Placer County Board of Supervisors
The Placer County Board of Supervisors held an informational meeting regarding the Squaw Valley Village Specific Plan at the Base Camp marketing center today.
TGR recaps the first ever ski-base jump by Squaw's own Rick Sylvester
Sylvester would launch off of the 3,000 foot drop with his life depending on a self-release system the film team designed to kick the skis from his feet.
Friends of Squaw Valley's mission is to advocate for environmental sustainability, economic viability and development that is compatible to our community’s character.
UA's view on Andy Wirth's latest interview
Squaw Valley Ski Holdings CEO Andy Wirth gave an interview to the Tahoe Daily Tribune this week. From Wirth's standpoint, it was an important opportunity to regain some trust from the public.
Squaw Valley's Water Supply Assessment, courtesy of Moonshine Ink
In case you were wondering what this afternoon's hail storm looked liked on radar, here ya go.
Afternoon #thunderstorm engulfs #Tahoe. Micro Doppler sequence.
This has just been released by Placer County: ========================================================= The Placer County Board of Supervisors will hold a public workshop on the Village at Squaw Val
Next Monday, July 21 the proposed Village Expansion is being discussed by the Placer County Board of Supervisors at Base Camp.
Are you looking to gain professional environmental experience while making a positive difference in the Sierra? Consider joining SNAP!
The Sierra Nevada Alliance protects and restores the natural environment of the area and helps ensure healthy and sustainable communities.
Questions and answers with Squawpine's Andy Wirth
Between a proposal to expand the Village at Squaw and a separate effort to incorporate Olympic Valley, the famed Sierra location of the 1960 Winter Olympics could see big changes in the future.
Article on the latest contributions by Squaw Valley Ski Holdings against Incorporate Olympic Valley
Save Olympic Valley, a coalition of valley residents, business owners and property owners, has expended $183,053.59 with major funding provided by Squaw Valley Ski Holdings
Transportation study reveals high tourism traffic
Transportation officials are nearly finished with a Lake Tahoe and San Francisco Bay Area travel report that aims to provide better data for future local investments.
Moonshine Ink recaps the water supply in Squaw Valley
Our condolences to the friends and family of Steve Lamb, a 35 year Squaw Valley ski patroller who passed away earlier this week.
Please take a moment and complete our online survey about the proposed Mountain Adventure Center
Purchase your tickets for the next Squaw Valley Institute event, Farm to Table Dinner on August 21.
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.
Tonight's Bluesday Tuesday performer is Studebaker John and the Hawks, beginning at 6 pm at the Village at Squaw Valley
El Niño could mean a rather wet winter for the Sierra
A Potentially Big El Niño Is Brewing – Here’s What the U.S. Can Expect by bob goldfarb high country newsMay 20, 201412 CommentsThe data are trickling in, and with each passing day it seems more certain: 2014 is going to be an El Niño year, and probably a big one. What does that mean for your Western…