SWEP received a gratitude recognition award from the Town of Truckee for connecting students to the environment and promoting stewardship in our community.
SWEP won multiple prizes in various categories in the McConkey Foundation's Eco-Challenge. Learn all about the work SWEP did to acheive this award in this blog.
SWEP won second place in the McConkey Foundation's Eco-Challenge for our Is This Your Trash project, educating people about trash in Tahoe.
Executive Director, Missy Mohler, was awarded the Ruby Award for her work inspiring and empowering young women through SWEP's programs.
The Lake Spirit Award is an award offered by the TRPA to recognize individuals in our communities showing exceptional commitment to protecting beautiful Lake Tahoe. In 2019, SWEP interns, Ben and Evan Anderson won this award for their dedication to the environment.
SWEP won second place in the McConkey Foundation's Eco-Challenge for energy conservation initiatives within Tahoe Truckee Unified School District.
Green Ribbon Schools recognitions program, honors California schools that conserve resources while promoting health and environmental literacy.
TTUSD was one of only six school districts in the United States, and the only school district in California to receive this prestigious national recognition for sustainability efforts.
TTUSD was awarded the California Green Ribbon School Gold Level for demonstrated excellence in whole school sustainability.
SWEP's Executive Director, Missy Mohler, was recognized by Stanford University for exceptional teaching, highlighting her love for the environment and teaching.
SWEP's Executive Director, Missy Mohler, was recognized by TTUSD for her dedication, time and successful SWEP programming offered to local students.
SWEP won this sustainable infrastructure award for work done with the Snow Creek Stream Environment Zone Restoration Project.
SWEP's Executive Director, Missy Mohler, was a 2013 Lake Spirit Honorable Mention Award Winner for making progress to protect Lake Tahoe.