Tackling Invasive Species

Aquatic invasive species have already established themselves in Lake Tahoe and are changing the Lake’s environment in ways that degrade water quality and our famed clarity, while making conditions more hospitable for other invasives that outcompete Tahoe’s native species. The League has made tackling invasive species a top priority, and there is a role for you to help Keep Tahoe Blue.



Eyes on the Lake is a volunteer program in which water recreationists report information about locations of aquatic invasive species. Swimmers, boaters, snorklers, SCUBA divers and fishermen are all welcome to join the effort.

The League to Save Lake Tahoe, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, the Tahoe Fund, and the Tahoe Lakefront Owners Association, in cooperation with partners in the Lake Tahoe Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinating... 

The League is a member of the Lake Tahoe Aquatic Invasive Species Program, a part of the Lake Tahoe Environmental Improvement Program. Program members collaborate on solutions to the lake's invasive species problems.
Aquatic invasive plants in the lagoons of the Tahoe Keys are growing out of control and are spreading to Lake Tahoe. Unchecked, they threaten to destroy Lake Tahoe’s native ecology, pristine water quality and famous clarity.

The Lake Tahoe Restoration Act has been a keystone of the effort to protect and restore Lake Tahoe's clarity. With the goal of funding boat inspections, reducing stormwater pollution, restoring wetlands and Lake Tahoe's....

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