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Lake Tahoe loses one of its most distinguished ambassadors
Adolphus Andrews Jr.
Black and white photos by Jim Hildinger, former League board member. Bottom right by League staff.
The League to Save Lake Tahoe's board and staff are greatly saddened by the loss of Adolphus Andrews Jr., the League's past president. Mr. Andrews served on our board of directors from 1965 to 2005, including many years in key officer positions in addition to his time as our president. Long-time associates recall his passion for protecting Lake Tahoe and his hands-on manner of ensuring the League had the financial support to live up to our mission.

Opinion: The road to a healthier Lake Tahoe
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Lake Tahoe faces threats old and new, including climate change, traffic-related pollution and aquatic invasive pollution. Whether you're a long-time resident or a first-time visitor, there is a role for you in the decades-long effort to Keep Tahoe Blue.

Tahoe development project updates

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency has approved the Placer County Area Plan

Why is Lake Tahoe so clear?
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Learn why Lake Tahoe is so clear, the major threats to its world-famous clarity and what you can do it about.

Innovation helps keep harmful stormwater from Tahoe
Photo illustration by League staff.

In a winter like this, anyone driving Tahoe roads appreciates efforts by local jurisdictions and agencies to spread road abrasives to improve safety. Fine sediment pollution from those abrasives can also hurt the Lake's clarity, but Tahoe agencies are finding innovative ways to protect the Lake.

Pipe Keepers is a citizen science program to address the threat of stormwater pollution entering Lake Tahoe. Runoff from rain storms and snowmelt is the largest source of pollution that degrades Lake clarity. League staff will train you to survey local neighborhoods and collect stormwater samples during rain and snowmelt events. Join us at a training in February. 

February 2| 2 - 4 pm 
Moe's Original BBQ, Tahoe City

February 12 | 2 - 4 pm 

League to Save Lake Tahoe Education Center and Store, South Lake Tahoe


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This Valentine's Day declare your love for Lake Tahoe. Give a gift and preserve this treasure's beauty now, and for future generations. 
Grey Lightweight Hoodie for Women - RISE Designs
Photo: Shaunte Dittmar Photography

Our Keep Tahoe Blue Grey Lightweight Hoodie for women by RISE Designs is back in stock in sizes small through XXL. The ultra-soft hoodie made from 55 percent organic cotton and 45 percent recycled polyester is part of our ongoing effort to offer sustainable merchandise to our supporters. All proceeds benefit efforts to protect Lake Tahoe for this and future generations.