Be part of the solution and join the Tahoe Blue Crew program and take action to remove litter from your Lake Tahoe community! Pledge to adopt an area in Tahoe/Truckee and clean it at least three times per year. The League provides training, equipment and support.
To increase the impact of litter removal we categorize and collect data on every single piece of litter that we remove from the lake.
Come out and volunteer at the Bijou Bike Park every Tuesday at 6pm! We’ll be doing basic maintenance to keep the park riding good all summer long. Make sure you wear closed toed shoes and bring gloves to work in. We’ll be sweeping, watering, patching holes and keeping takeoffs and landings riding smooth.
Valhalla Tahoe is a volunteer based nonprofit organization. We have a very small paid staff and rely heavily on our army of committed volunteers. It’s a wonderful community of folks and we would love your help too!
Join us every Tuesday this summer as we go and water the tree seedlings we planted. We will meet at the TJ Maxx parking lot and caravan to a different planting site every time. Bring a camelback and/or any watering can you have full of water. If you show up 3 times or more you…
Sign up as a member of a neighborhood Clean Team and pick up litter whenever it’s convenient for you. It’s as easy as going out for a walk! Volunteers will pick up litter in their chosen neighborhood and report the amount of trash to Clean Tahoe.
Eyes on the Lake is the League’s volunteer citizen science program to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive plants in Lake Tahoe and surrounding waters. If you are a water lover in Tahoe (beachgoer, swimmer, paddler, SCUBA diver, boater) then Eyes on the Lake is for you. Volunteers identify and report on aquatic invasive…
Volunteers of all ages and skill levels are invited to these fun, hands-on restoration days. By pitching in, you are improving the watershed habitats that surround Lake Tahoe. Healthy forests act as natural pollution filters to Keep Tahoe Blue.
Not only responsible for combating the effects of day-to-day use but these volunteers help us respond to events such as heavy rain or wind that continues to make a significant impact on the trail annually. This is a vast undertaking that can only succeed with the dedication of our committed volunteers.
Trail Angels, a person of exemplary conduct and virtue, are vital to the success of the Annual TRTA Thru Hike. Volunteer Trail Angels help participants have a more balanced and fresh diet, lighten their pack weight by supplying their duffel bags and resupply meals, and support guides with charged radios, and weather reports. There are…