League to Save Lake Tahoe

League to Save Lake Tahoe

Address:955 Emerald Bay Rd
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Phone:530-541-5388
Fax:530-541-5454
Web: www.keeptahoeblue.org
Established: 1957. Description:Dedicated to the protection and restoration of Lake Tahoe and its surrounding basin. Members: 4,000. Dues: $50/year.
Publications: Keep Tahoe Blue News (quarterly); free to members and free online.

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The presentation came at the conclusion of a two-day scavenger hunt involving four travel bloggers, who competed to raise funds for the shelter and the League to Save Lake Tahoe, the non-profit behind the international Keep Tahoe Blue campaign.
Volunteers for the League to Save Lake Tahoe install erosion control measures following the 2007 Angora fire near South Lake Tahoe.
A volunteer for the League to Save Lake Tahoe plants a seedling after the Angora fire of 2007.
Young, who earned a master's degree in atmospheric science from the University of Nevada, Reno, also was a top administrator of the League to Save Lake Tahoe conservation group.
Dave Roberts, assistant executive director of the environmental watchdog group the League to Save Lake Tahoe, would like to see history repeated.
Jeff Cutler of the League to Save Lake Tahoe said governments spend millions of dollars to control erosion, and lowering the lake level would benefit those efforts.
Salvage logging is not designed to reduce fire danger," claims Laurel Ames, executive director of the League to Save Lake Tahoe.