Welcome to Tahoe Support, where you’ll find services for visitors and residents of the Lake Tahoe area including tech support, web design, marketing, photography services, video production, audio production, and more.

Net Positive

Most of the services we offer are free. Some are fee based on a sliding scale. Income is invested back in the Tahoe area communities though purchases with local businesses or donations to local public service organizations. In this way, there’s a net positive impact on the local economy. While some businesses give 5% back, we give over 100% back through reinvesting our earnings, and giving above that from other income sources.

Giving Back

One of the greatest challenges for Lake Tahoe is the impact that climate change and local overdevelopment are having on the lake water quality and clarity. By supporting local groups and causes such as the League to Save Lake Tahoe Keep Tahoe Blue initiative we help support solutions for improving the area, and help develop best practices for other communities with similar challenges. We invite you to join us in giving to local Tahoe causes.

Water Education – Learn More

Visit the Water Education Foundation to learn more about what makes Lake Tahoe unique, and what factors are harming the lake water quality and clarity.


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Photography in Lake Tahoe: Tools, Training, and Tips

If you’re planning a trip to the Lake Tahoe area, or any similar mountain wilderness destination, here are some suggested tools, training, and tips that will help with the unique terrain and conditions. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. General Camera Considerations There are many wonderful opportunities for macro photography in … Continue reading Photography in Lake Tahoe: Tools, Training, and Tips

Volunteers Remove 1,500 Pounds of Trash From South Lake Tahoe

Jul 06, 2018 | Associated Press RENO, Nev. (AP) — Almost 500 people turned out for a July 5 clean-up campaign at five Lake Tahoe beaches in what organizers have made an annual post-Independence Day event. League to Save Lake Tahoe spokesman Chris Carney tells the Reno Gazette-Journal that volunteers picked up almost 1,500 pounds … Continue reading Volunteers Remove 1,500 Pounds of Trash From South Lake Tahoe

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