Help restore forest health
Hundreds of Tahoe Basin residents and visitors will gather to help improve forest health at the League to Save Lake Tahoe’s 12th annual Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day.
The event will take place on Saturday, Sept. 12, at Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe.
The League is looking for individuals interested in volunteering for this year’s event, which will help in forest restoration by focusing community involvement on fuels-reduction efforts, trail restoration, stream restoration, clean-up, and educational outreach. The event will also include guest speakers, a raffle and lunch for all participants.
Volunteers of all activity levels and ages are welcome. All volunteers should wear sturdy shoes and long pants, and bring a water bottle and snack, work gloves, hardhats, rakes, hand-saws and shovels (no axes or chain-saws, please), if volunteers have them available.
For more information or to sign up, contact Flavia Sordelet with the League to Save Lake Tahoe at (530) 541-5388, or e-mail Events@KeepTahoeBlue.org. Registration is required.
What: The League to Save Lake Tahoe’s 12th Annual Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day (co-sponsored by California State Parks and the California Tahoe Conservancy).
When: Saturday, Sept. 12, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Who: All interested community members may volunteer.
Where: Volunteers will be meeting for orientation at 9 a.m. at the General Creek Campground on the west side of Highway 89 in Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point State Park in Tahoma.
How: Call Flavia Sordelet at (530) 541-5388 or e-mail Events@KeepTahoeBlue.org to register.
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