Darcie Goodman Collins, Guest Column
A healthy forest equals a healthy Lake Tahoe. Tahoe's forests have been hit hard over the years by logging, wildfire, development and drought. They need our help to restore them as natural pollution filters for Lake Tahoe. It's the kind of hard work that is best done on a cool fall day in Tahoe, surrounded by friends and neighbors.
The League to Save Lake Tahoe invites the community to join us on Sept. 23 for the 20th annual Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day and celebration.
If you have never attended Tahoe Forest Stewardship Days before, this is the year to join us — we are planning our best restoration event ever, with a huge celebration to follow. Together, we'll pitch in for a morning of volunteer work to help restore the forest in the Angora Burn area, and then all participants will gather to celebrate nearby at South Lake Brewing Company.