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Tahoe Daily Tribune

The League to Save Lake Tahoe receives $100K on Giving Tuesday

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — The League to Save Lake Tahoe soared past its Giving Tuesday expectations, surpassing its $60,000 goal of donations by roughly $40,000. The $100,000 raised was achieved via matching gifts from the Merrill Family Foundation and El Dorado Community Foundation, which Communications Manager Chris Joseph said exceeded all expectations and left the nonprofit organization “thrilled.”
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Sierra Sun

‘Out of crisis comes strength:’ League to Save Lake Tahoe receives $100K on Giving Tuesday

The League to Save Lake Tahoe soared past its Giving Tuesday expectations, surpassing its $60,000 goal of donations by roughly $40,000. The $100,000 raised was achieved via matching gifts from the Merrill Family Foundation and El Dorado Community Foundation, which Communications Manager Chris Joseph said exceeded all expectations and left the nonprofit organization “thrilled.”
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Sierra Sun

Volunteers continue to measure Caldor Fire impact on Tahoe

Last month, during the storm driven by an atmospheric river, the League to Save Lake Tahoe’s staff and Pipe Keepers citizen scientist volunteers collected stormwater samples, made qualitative visual observations, and took quantitative measurements of water quality indicators, including turbidity. Participants monitored stormwater at 25 sites, including 16 stormwater pipes...
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Volunteers continue to measure Caldor Fire impact on Tahoe

Last month, during the storm driven by an atmospheric river, the League to Save Lake Tahoe’s staff and Pipe Keepers citizen scientist volunteers collected stormwater samples, made qualitative visual observations, and took quantitative measurements of water quality indicators, including turbidity. Participants monitored stormwater at 25 sites, including 16 stormwater pipes...
ENVIRONMENT
Sacramento Bee

‘Good news’ for Lake Tahoe’s clarity after destruction of Caldor Fire, new report finds

Lake Tahoe’s water quality and clarity are in good condition following this summer’s devastating Caldor Fire, new research showed. According to the League to Save Lake Tahoe, citizen volunteers from its Pipe Keepers program collected stormwater samples during an atmospheric river storm on Oct. 24. The samples came from 25 sites on Tahoe’s south shore, including 16 storm water pipes and eight stream sites that drain the areas burned by the Caldor Fire.
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Mountain Democrat

Tahoe stormwater study promising after Caldor

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — Testing stormwater in late October’s big storm, the League to Save Lake Tahoe found water quality was “not out of the ordinary” in areas impacted by the Caldor Fire. The league has been analyzing initial findings of a study on the impacts of the Caldor Fire...
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA
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