We’ve recruited thousands of volunteers. We’ve engaged experts and planners.
And we’ve challenged the development approvals in court.
So far, it’s working. In the eight years since Alterra and their parent company, KSL Capital Partners, first proposed to remake Squaw Valley, nothing has been built. What’s been built, instead, is a movement—overwhelming support to Keep Squaw True.
The goal, of course, is not just to delay development. It’s to bring people together to secure a great outcome—a vision for Squaw Valley that’s worthy of Tahoe and everything we love about our Sierra Nevada.
Success will depend on individuals and families who join us in standing up for our mountain values.