Lumos & Associates CEO Craig Wesner accepted the EPA’s Green Transportation Award on behalf of the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway at the 18th Annual Lake Tahoe Summit in August.
“The Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway is a vision of following the Truckee River by foot or by bicycle from its source at forested Lake Tahoe to its desert terminus, Pyramid Lake. The route will descend over 2000 feet in 116 miles, using a combination of existing dirt and paved roads, plus some sections of new trail and bridges.”
Craig Wesner, an avid biker, serves as part of the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway’s Leadership Team. Craig also provides engineering design services for various sections of the trail.
The 18th Annual Lake Tahoe Summit was held in August at the Valhalla Estate in South Lake Tahoe “Since the Presidential Forum in 1997, the annual Lake Tahoe Summit has become an important yearly gathering of federal, state, and local leaders dedicated to the goal of restoring and sustaining Lake Tahoe as one of our most precious environmental treasures.”
Congratulations to the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway for winning this prestigious award! Lumos is proud to be a part of the team!
Photo (from Left to Right): Lucas Ingvoldstad, Northern Nevada Energy and Public Lands Manager at U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s Ofﬁce; Colleen Cripps, Administrator, Nevada Division of Environmental Protection; Craig Wesner, Chief Executive Ofﬁcer, Lumos & Associates, Inc.; Jarad Blumenfeld, USEPA Regional Administrator for the Paciﬁc Southwest