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Why should I join Tahoe Blue Crew?

Debris on Lake Tahoe’s beaches affects everyone's enjoyment of this beautiful natural treasure. Debris on the beaches and streets can easily find its way to the lake and adversely impact lake clarity, water quality, and native plants and wildlife. Public participation in beach cleanups is part of basin-wide environmental stewardship initiatives.

Who can be a Blue Crew Member?

Any group, organization, business, family, or individual may clean a beach.

How do I get involved?

Beaches are assigned on a first-come, first –served basis. Register online, call 530.541.5388 or email events@keeptahoeblue.org for information.

What does it mean to adopt a beach as part of the Blue Crew?

By adopting a beach, you agree to coordinate beach cleanup dates regularly from June 15 to September 15. Debris that is collected is recorded, and deposited at designated collection locations. Your adopted beach will also have a sign that will recognize your efforts!

What beaches can be adopted?

Currently, the following beaches are available for adoption (subject to change):
Nevada:
  • Secret Harbor
  • Chimney Beach
  • Zephyr Shoals
California:
  • Timber Cove
  • El Dorado Beach
  • Regan Beach
  • Regan Beach West
  • Lily Beach
  • Cove East
  • Taylor Creek
  • Kiva Beach
  • Tallac Historic Site

Map of beaches (PDF) »

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