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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!
Advocate: League keeping close watch on airport master plan
February 2014, Keep Tahoe Blue News
“We think the master plan needs to at least include an option that analyzes the environmental benefits of reducing the airport’s footprint while remaining economically viable,” said Jesse Patterson, the League’s deputy director.
Our Work: Advocating for stronger environmental protections
The League is Tahoe's top environmental watchdog. How do we help to create smart policies to protect Lake Tahoe? We monitor development plans for loopholes, policy changes and omissions. Read our recent comments on Placer County's development plans for a taste of how we do our work.
If you love Lake Tahoe’s crystal blue waters and mountain streams and want to know how you can help, then Pipe Keepers is for you. Volunteer today.
In the News: Nearshore plan in the works
February, 2014, Tahoe Daily Tribune
Regulatory agencies are putting the finishing touches on a draft nearshore water quality protection plan for Lake Tahoe. Protecting Tahoe's shoreline has a been a top advocacy priority for the League for many years.
Be Blue: Free winter ski shuttles
Air pollution is a cause of Lake Tahoe's clarity loss. Take advantage of the free ski shuttles that run in every community to help Keep Tahoe Blue.
News: Inspectors intercept 36 infested boats at Tahoe
January, 2014, Keep Tahoe Blue News
Despite 36 infested boats showing up to launch in 2013, Tahoe remains free of the most threatening invasive species, quagga and zebra mussels.