Edgewood Tahoe has been appointed as a certified member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for its commitment to environmental stewardship. “Our priority has always been and will be to preserve the beautiful Tahoe landscape that Edgewood resides on,” Corinna Osborne, GM of the Stateline-based business, said in a June 9 press release. “Our team works hard to continually minimize our environmental footprint and ensure the surrounding area is kept pristine and untouched.”
The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program is an education program helping organizations and businesses protect the environment through a “plan-do-check-act” approach. The luxury lodge implemented several resort policies to ensure certification with Audubon, according to the release, including realigning Edgewood Creek to promote circulation of local fish populations, using locally sourced materials, and donating partially used soaps and bottled amenities to Clean the World, an organization distributing cleaning supplies to impoverished communities. Go to auduboninternational.org/acsp to learn more about the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.