Plant More Trees

We are off to a great start! Big thanks to all the volunteers that have help plant already 3000+ trees in the Emerald Bay & Little Valley fire areas, Waddle Ranch, and Foresthill. We don't plan on stopping so there will be plenty more opportunities. Join us for some upcoming fun at one of our plantings and stay tuned to our Calendar for student field trips, summer hikes and more!

May 1&2, 9:30 am -12pm - Planting in the Angora Fire with SLT 6th graders
May 2, 9:30 - 2:30 - Planting at Sagehen Research Station with Patagonia employees
May 5, 1-3pm - Planting with Stanford Alumns at Waddle Ranch
May 14-17, 9-12pm - Outdoor Explore field trips at Nevada Beach with K-2 grade

Volunteer Opportunities

Visit Big Trees               

Beautiful weather can lead to some amazing adventures! Check out this Loose Leaf blog to visit some of the biggest trees in North America.

Find out more about
organizations like ours across the country and see what you can do.
Buy Baby Trees

Spread the love or decorate your yard! This season we are offering Incense Cedar, Jeffery pines,Western White Pines and of course baby Sugar Pines which are all native to beautiful Lake Tahoe.
Visit our
STORE to share the gift of life!
We had tons of fun meeting earth lovers and spreading our knowledge at the Earth Day Festival at Squaw Valley and South Lake Tahoe! Check out our Earth Day action series on our Facebook page. Please continue to do good for the Earth all year!

Yale Climate Connections

Thank You for Your Contributions!

Aaron Klink, John Montague, Barry Pinto, Water Safety Co, Friends and Family of Jenny Cribs, Charles Houston, Reno Ski Club Members, SLT Paint and Sip, Harry Knapp, Julie Lowe and Jonas Gerson

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