UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center, Incline Village

(4.8/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC) is internationally recognized for its multidisciplinary, collaborative research on lakes and their surrounding watersheds. Formed in 2004, TERC continues and expands on the work previously conducted by the Tahoe Research Group (TRG).
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TripAdvisor
  • A great learning experience. Hands on activities for everyone that help you understand how water moves through the mountains. Great for understanding how the Lake Tahoe ecosystem works, how the lake w...  more »
  • When you ever visit Lake Tahoe, have you ever wondered how it got there? Also, why is so clear and blue and what is being done to protect the lake? to learn these answers and more, you must visit the ...  more »
  • TERC is the premier research center studying Lake Tahoe. Visiting the TERC exhibit at Sierra College outside Incline Village allowed us to get a great perspective on the geology and history of the Lak...  more »
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  • A great place to take kids, teens & other family members to learn about the ecology of Lake Tahoe and the efforts being made to keep it a beautiful gem. I wouldn't have gone here if we didn't have a house full of teens and 3 rainy days in a row during a summer visit, but I'm sure glad we did. Totally worth it.
  • A world class center. No place like it to learn about the lake. check out the 3D - really cool. Best kept secret at Tahoe