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Friday, April 22, 2011

Mother Nature, Earth Day and Lake Tahoe.

Photo courtesy of South Yuba River Citizens League Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Living, visiting or working in Lake Tahoe's splendor makes the observance of Earth Day almost an obvious activity.

For more than a decade of Earth Day's 41-year history the Tahoe-Truckee Earth Day Foundation has combined spring's renewal with recycling and repurposing education and added a massive amount of merriment to create the region's largest eco-event. More than 6,000 attended the 2010 event geared for the entire family.

“It pulls together the community on how to tune in with our town as we celebrate that we live in this incredible place,” said the event's chairwoman, Emily Williams.

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