Current Priorities

The League works to combat pollution, advance restoration and tackle invasive species to Keep Tahoe Blue. Learn about our work:


While you shelter in place, try one of our fun, Lake-friendly activities and lessons. You can Keep Tahoe Blue even from home by reducing waste, watching a Tahoe Blue Crew training, conducting a litter clean-up in your neighborhood, and much more.
The League continues its long tradition of ensuring strong protections for Tahoe and our natural environment. While the COVID-19 response absorbs attention and resources, our watchdog role is more important than ever.
As Tahoe copes with the impacts of the pandemic, the League is collaborating with agencies, businesses and partners across the region to make sure the Lake isn’t loved to death once Tahoe "re-opens."
Aquatic inavsive weeds 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.
Pipe Keepers is a community-based volunteer monitoring program that examines stormwater entering Lake Tahoe and its tributaries.
The League has a vision for Lake Tahoe where residents and visitors have a wide variety of transportation choices for getting to and around Tahoe in ways that protect Lake Tahoe’s clarity and ecology while improving the quality of life in our communities.
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 is a leading force in the Tahoe Basin engaging community volunteers to battle weeds, on land and in the water, protect forest health, clean up beaches, mark storm drains, and monitor what's draining into the Lake.
Tahoe transportation officials, in cooperation with federal highway officials, are moving ahead with plans to rehabilitate or replace the historic Fanny Bridge.
The Lake Tahoe Restoration Act has been a keystone of the effort to protect and restore Lake Tahoe's clarity. The League strongly supported this legislation, which comes on the heels of California and Nevada renewing their commitment to cooperation on Lake Tahoe's environmental goals.
The League aims to inspire an ethic of environmental stewardship among all who love Tahoe. We attend or host over 60 events per year to educate the public about Keeping Tahoe Blue. We hope to make learning about the Lake fun for all ages.
As a member of the Lake Tahoe Outreach Committee, the League is proud to support the new Take Care campaign designed to remind us of all the ways we can Take Care of the Tahoe Region.
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