Help us assess the success of last year’s Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day.
Volunteers of all ages and skill levels are invited to this fun, hands-on restoration day. By pitching in, you are improving the watershed habitats that surround Lake Tahoe. Healthy forests act as natural pollution filters to Keep Tahoe Blue.
Participants at the Spring Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day will help assess the work done last year in the Angora Burn area by improving trails, continue to thin brush to give light to young trees and remove noxious weeds. A light breakfast, refreshments and a prize will be provided to all volunteers.
Funding for this event provided through a grant from the United States Forest Service El Dorado County Resource Advisory Committee.
Lunch vouchers provided by Ernie's Coffee Shop.
When: Saturday, June 10 from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Angora Burn Area, South Lake Tahoe RSVP for meeting location
What to Bring: sturdy boots, long pants such as jeans, long sleeves and sunglasses (mandatory). Bring a reusable water bottle and a helmet (hardhat, or bike or rock climbing helmet) and leather work gloves if you have them.
Optional: If you have a helmet (bike and work gloves, shovels, and/or trowels, feel free to bring those. We provide: Snacks, refreshments, gloves, training and equipment.
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Getting to the event
RSVP for meeting location. Participants are encouraged to carpool or, better still, to walk, ride a bike or take the bus. Participants arriving on foot, bicycle, or bus will receive a surprise reward.
Participants under 18 years of age must bring a printed and completed copy of the League's 2017 waiver (PDF), signed by a parent or guardian, to the event.