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League saddened by passing of Oscar de la Renta
October 21, 2014, League statement

The League's staff, board and benefit committee are deeply saddened by the passing of Oscar de la Renta. We extend our condolences to his family, friends and loved ones.

News: Volunteers shore up trails for Stewardship Day
September 2014, Keep Tahoe Blue News
Over 80 hardy volunteers flocked to Tahoe Paradise Park in Meyers on September 27 for our 17thannual Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day. Crews constructed fences along the river to prevent erosion and decommissioned user-created trails.
News: $18,000 grant will boost Eyes on the Lake
September 2014, Keep Tahoe Blue News

The Community Foundation of Western Nevada’s Truckee River Fund has granted the League to Save Lake Tahoe $18,000 to expand its Eyes on the Lake aquatic weed monitoring program to the Truckee River in 2015. 

Fall 2014 Newsletter
The summer of 2014 was wonderfully busy for League staff. Read about our advocacy, education and collaboration successes, plus a unique story about the League's beginnings with founding officer Bill Evers, in our fall print newsletter.
Volunteer: Pipe Keepers
As fall storms brew, our Pipe Keepers volunteers are preparing to put on their mud boots and take water samples from storm drain pipes that lead directly into Lake Tahoe or its tributaries. Find out how you can get involved.
In the News: Volunteers mark all Tahoe Keys storm drains
September 12, 2014, Tahoe Daily Tribune

Volunteers marked the last two storm drains in the Tahoe Keys community and marina with metal “No Dumping” signs Friday, making it the first neighborhood at the lake to do so.

News: Volunteers remove 3,300 cigarette butts from beach
September 2014, Keep Tahoe Blue News
Volunteers removed 76 pounds of trash during a Labor Day beach cleanup, including over 3,328 cigarette butts, 420 pieces of paper, and hundreds of pieces of plastic trash including bottles, straws and wrappers that will never biodegrade. 
Join Us: New member-only sticker available
Donate $25 or more to become a member of the League, one of thousands supporting our advocacy, education, and collaboration efforts to Keep Tahoe Blue. This new sticker is available to members only and features a unique metallic shine with a retro border. A perfect way to improve your bling and help the lake!


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