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The League has been instrumental in many of Tahoe's environmental success stories, including the TRPA, the Lake Tahoe Restoration Act and the Environmental Improvement Program. As a result, the decline in deep-water lake clarity has slowed, but the lake continues to face many challenges, including urbanization and traffic congestion, ozone violations, invasive species, climate change, and dramatic degradation along the lake's shoreline.

Want to help protect Lake Tahoe’s legendary clarity and keep pollution out of the Lake? Like getting your hands dirty while enjoying majestic views of the mountains? If you answered yes, you may have what it takes to become a Pipe Keeper!

Eyes on the Lake is the League's volunteer program to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive plants in Tahoe's waters. If you are a water lover in Tahoe (SCUBA diver, paddler, swimmer, beachgoer, or boater) and...

Want to help connect your local community with the watershed? Snapshot Day is the day! Snapshot Day happens every May, all over the state of California. Here in Tahoe, volunteers take water samples and pictures of streams...

Tahoe's beaches are an amazing treasure, but they often suffer from overuse, especially during the summer. That's why one of the League's strongest volunteer programs is conducting beach cleanups throughout the...

This annual event brings hundreds of volunteers together to foster better forest health and fire prevention. Previous events helped restore forests in the...
Remember those pesky invasive species you found as an Eyes on the Lake volunteer?  Well, the League is about more than just identifying infestations of invasive plants, we also like to get out there and eradicate them...
The League is a member of the technical advisory committee of the newly revamped Regional Stormwater Monitoring Program, which aims to streamline stormwater monitoring, organize the vast amounts of data...
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