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Earth Month edition: Your Keep Tahoe Blue news
EARTH MONTH 2017
April is Earth Month, and there is no better time to get involved in efforts to Keep Tahoe Blue. All month long the League to Save Lake Tahoe will offer opportunities to help protect the environmental health, sustainability and scenic beauty of the Lake Tahoe Basin.

Special Earth Month events include:
Volunteerpalooza

Volunteerpalooza: Volunteer training and open house
Want to learn more about the League and how to get involved? Are you already involved, but want to learn more? Do you want to be a part of our core volunteer program and receive an exclusive "We are the League" T-shirt? Join us to learn more.
April 5 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
League to Save Lake Tahoe Education Center, South Lake Tahoe
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The ongoing melt of our record-breaking snowpack presents a rare opportunity to study the relationship between snowmelt runoff and lake clarity. Get involved! Join Pipe Keepers, our citizen science stormwater monitoring program.
April 11 | 4 - 6 pm
League to Save Lake Tahoe Education Center, South Lake Tahoe
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Tahoe Truckee Earth Day
April 22 | 11 am - 5 pm
Village at Squaw Valley

Reno Earth Day
April 23 | 11 am - 6 pm
Idlewood Park, Reno

South Lake Tahoe Earth Day 
April 29 | 10 am - 3 pm
Bijou Community Park, South Lake Tahoe

Earth Month: Ten ways you can "Be Blue"
Be Blue
This Earth Month, you can help preserve Tahoe's famed water clarity by being part of the solution. Here are ten actions you can take to Be Blue and protect Lake Tahoe.

LAKE TAHOE NEWS
Winter's unrelenting storms built up a substantial Sierra snowpack and are expected to fill the lake for the first time in 11 years.

March 24, Tahoe Daily Tribune
This year, bear activity appears to have increased for an unknown reason - even with a snowy winter, which usually translates to less activity. According to Ann Bryant, executive director of Bear League, many bears didn't hibernate at all this winter.

March 29, Tahoe Daily Tribune
The mountain yellow-legged frog was once the most abundant amphibian in the Sierra Nevada, but today its population has diminished by 93 percent. Despite these staggering statistics, one scientist, who's devoted 20 years of his career to the species, believes recovery is still possible.
MEMBERSHIP
Aveda Earth Month is here
Aveda Earth Month 2017

Earth Month is here. Join the effort to help protect clean water in Lake Tahoe while enjoying your favorite treatment at a participating salon during Aveda Earth Month 2017.

MERCH OF THE MONTH
Deluxe Fleece Throw
Keep Tahoe Blue Fleece Throw

Cozy up with our new Keep Tahoe Blue Fleece Throw. Great to use at home or take outside and use it for a picnic. All proceeds benefit efforts to Keep Tahoe Blue.