Courtesy of the talented team at Baunfire in San Jose, the League to Save Lake Tahoe today launches its freshly redesigned website as a tool for community members to learn about Lake Tahoe, its threats and how they can get involved in efforts to Keep Tahoe Blue.
Edge-of-Tahoe developments would increase traffic gridlock, decrease lake clarity
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Traffic congestion at Lake Tahoe and the associated pollution due to projects being developed just outside the Tahoe Basin present a critical threat to Lake Tahoe clarity. We encourage you to read our recent press release, and then contact Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery to let her know you share our concerns about threats to Lake Tahoe from proposed developments outside the Basin in Placer County.
Join us on Tuesday, July 5 for our largest annual beach cleanups to tackle trash left behind after the Fourth of July festivities. You'll have great company as you pitch in for a great cause: protecting Lake Tahoe's shoreline.
But how can we limit future litter problems? We are drawing up data from past cleanups to address the most commonly found litter items, such as cigarette butts. We will soon be installing attractive cigarette butt disposal canisters at key hotspots around Tahoe. Would your business like to partner with us and sponsor a canister? Let us know! And see you this Tuesday morning at your favorite beach.
Aquatic invasive plants are threatening Lake Tahoe, and we need your help to prevent their assault on Tahoe's waters. We need your "Eyes on the Lake." Do you enjoy swimming, boating, snorkeling, fishing, or just viewing the Lake's natural beauty as you stroll along the beach? Attend one of our free trainings and learn how you can protect while you play.
June 4, Tahoe Daily Tribune Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers partnered with the League and other Lake Tahoe Outreach Committee organizations for a series of community and education events around Lake Tahoe in early June.
Independence Day weekend is the perfect time to honor someone you love who loves Lake Tahoe. What more fitting tribute than to support efforts to protect the national treasure that is Lake Tahoe in the name of a loved one.
The July 4 festivities are here, so it's time to get your Keep Tahoe Red, White and Blue sticker. Be part of the solution and help Keep Tahoe Blue and litter free this Fourth of July and every day. Lake Tahoe is a national treasure, and there's nothing more patriotic than protecting our natural heritage for this and future generations. Get yours today here and join our July 5 cleanup to take action to protect Tahoe's shoreline.