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Calling all Tahoe Blue-Gooders

Our 2024 event calendar is live!

This April, get in the Earth Month spirit by joining us for a fantastic lineup of volunteer events. Kick off the month by attending one of two volunteer open houses – on April 10 at Alibi Ale Works in Incline Village, or April 16 at Valhalla Tahoe on the South Shore. Connect with fellow Tahoe Blue-Gooders and prepare for a season of impact.


The Earth Month excitement continues with the Tahoe Truckee Earth Day Festival on April 20, followed by the League's Earth Day Cleanup on April 22, then the South Tahoe Earth Day Festival on April 27, and culminates with the Washoe Earth Day Festival on May 4.


April is just the beginning. We have a full calendar of events stretching all the way through September, with plenty more to add. Let's turn our passion for the environment into action and inspire a wave of change across the community. Find the events for you and mark the dates on your calendar.

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A Few Upcoming Events

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Earth Day Cleanup

April 22 | 8 am - noon

Heavenly Village



Warming spring weather causes a season's worth of litter to bloom from beneath the melting snow. Join the League's 9th annual cleanup event to protect the environment and beautify our community. 


Register here.

Earth Day 2021 Cleanup

Snapshot Day

May 11 | 9 am - 1 pm

South Lake Tahoe


Join our annual water quality monitoring event held each May. Groups of volunteers fan out across the Truckee River Watershed to take samples from creeks, streams, and lakes—including Lake Tahoe—to capture a snapshot of Tahoe’s water quality at a moment in time.


Register here.

Eyes On The Lake Training

June 6 | 10 am - Noon

Tahoe Keys Marina


Learn how to identify Tahoe’s various native and invasive aquatic plants, and how to report observations that allow the League and our partners to control new populations of aquatic invaders before they do lasting damage to Lake Tahoe.


Register here.

Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day - Spring

June 22 | 9 am - 12:30 pm

Tallac Historic Site


This is the League's longest-running event and Tahoe's largest ecosystem restoration volunteer effort. People of all ages and skill levels join in hands-on, outdoor work like native tree planting, trail maintenance, invasive species removal, and more.


Register here.

TFSD - June 17 2023

11th Annual "Keep Tahoe Red, White & Blue" Beach Cleanup

July 5 | 8 am - 11:30 am

Multiple beach locations



After July 4th festivities, our beaches can be left peppered with trash, endangering wildlife and the Lake's clarity. Join residents and visitors on July 5th for the largest cleanup of the year at multiple beaches ringing the Lake.


Register here.

July 5th Beach Cleanup
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