Photo of Lake Tahoe in winter. Photo by Rachid Dahnoun / Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority.

Register as an Attendee Register as an Exhibitor Register for a Workshop Become a Sponsor

Tentative Schedule

Tuesday, November 5

Field Trips
Exhibitor Set Up
Welcome Event

Wednesday, November 6

Opening Plenary Session & Awards
Technical Sessions
Exhibits Open
Student Luncheon
NALMS Membership Meeting
Exhibitors Reception and Poster Session

Thursday, November 7

Plenary Session & Awards
Technical Sessions
Exhibits Open
Professional Certification Program Luncheon
Lake Tahoe Boat Cruise

Friday, November 8

Technical Sessions
Exhibits Open
Clean Lakes Classic 5K

Flood & Drought, Fire & Ice: Managing Lakes Under Changing Climates

NALMS and the California Lake Management Society are pleased to invite you to join us at one of the world’s deepest and clearest lakes – Lake Tahoe. But like many lakes in the American West, Lake Tahoe also faces significant challenges, including increasing surface water temperatures, decreasing snowpack, increasing occurrence of cyanobacteria, wildfires, microplastics, and increased development and tourism in its watershed. These topics and more will be discussed during the conference, which will feature workshops, field trips, presentations, networking events, and vendor displays.

We encourage you to explore the Lake Tahoe region and its abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities before and after the conference. With many affordable lodging options, South Lake Tahoe and Stateline serve as a good starting point for your explorations. Average high temperatures in South Lake Tahoe during the conference period are in the low 50s F, but snow is bound to be nearby at higher elevations.

Subscribe for Updates

* indicates required