Volunteers restore streambanks, protect native species at Lake Tahoe

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Tahoe Daily Tribune | Staff Report | Sep 25, 2018

Photo: League staff | The League to Save Lake Tahoe spearheaded the 21st annual Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day on Saturday, September 22

More than 100 volunteers gathered on South Shore Saturday to restore stream banks, protect native species and remove litter from Nevada Beach as part of the 21st annual Tahoe Forest Stewardship Days.

"Hands-on restoration work is one of the most important actions we can take to Keep Tahoe Blue," Marilee Movius, the League to Save Lake Tahoe's community engagement manager, said in a press release. "And many hands make for lighter work to help out our busy land managers."

The League partnered with the U.S. Forest Service for the third year in a row to address areas in need of attention, particularly after the busy summer season.

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