The South Lake Tahoe Earth Day Festival, a volunteer-run, non-profit event, is one of the largest environmental education gatherings in the area. It provides local residents and visitors an opportunity to learn about the various environmental issues that affect South Lake Tahoe.
Stop by the Keep Tahoe Blue booth at the Earth Day Festival to learn more about how you can get involved and participate in a fun activity to win a prize!
The Festival recognizes, celebrates and promotes our unique environment by educating the public about the preservation and protection of our local and global natural resources. This is a free, family-friendly event open to all.
- Free event
- Live music
- Eco-kids zone
- Earth-friendly booths
- Bike, bus, or walk to Earth Day! (use the free bike valet)
- SLT PD: drug take-back bin
- Drum circle
- GetRad Pizza and Betty’s Balls food trucks
Learn more at southtahoeearthday.org.
If you are interested in volunteering for the event and give two hours or more of your time, you will receive free lunch! Sign up here.
More About the Event
The event is hosted primarily by volunteers of the Tahoe Earth Day Foundation, a local non-profit, with the support of other non-profits, local agencies, businesses and dedicated supporters.
The goal of our local Earth Day celebration is to recognize, celebrate and promote the region’s unique beauty and to educate the public on how to preserve and protect our local and global natural resources. The Tahoe Earth Day Foundation is also working to increase the effort around solid waste management and will continue to work towards its goal of hosting a Zero Waste and Carbon Neutral event.