Sierra State Parks Foundation Litter League Clean Up Days — Kings Beach
Hi fellow park lover,
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Litter League’s Clean Up Days! By joining the Litter League, you will help preserve the scenic beauty and unique ecosystems of some of our most popular beaches and parks — one bag of litter at a time! Beginning on June 18, 2021 from 9–11am, the Litter League will meet twice a month at two different litter hot spot sites. Please know that we are doing our best to ensure your safety with the best health and safety practices. Help us by doing your part: social distance and follow mask guidelines. Thank you!
KINGS BEACH STATE RECREATION AREA | June 18, July 2, August 6 & September 3: The Volunteer Coordinator and volunteers will always meet at the KBSRA parking lot. The Volunteer Coordinator, Jamie, and volunteers are responsible for finding parking in the surrounding area (free parking is available on Raccoon Street).
DONNER MEMORIAL STATE PARK | July 9, August 13 & September 10: Jamie and the volunteers will always meet at the Donner Memorial State Park’s Visitor Center. Special event parking permits will be given to volunteers each time they meet.
Volunteers must check in and out with the Volunteer Coordinator, for the purpose of recording volunteers’ completed hours.
What we will do:
- Break up into small teams and target litter hot spots.
- Measure our progress by weighing how many pounds of trash are collected.
- Identify the most common types of trash found.
- Prevent further impacts of trash on the Tahoe Basin watershed and surrounding wildlife.
- Improve the beach and park atmosphere for all.
What to bring:
- Bags (preferably reusable)
- Trash grabber if you have one
- Water bottle
What to wear:
- Closed-toe shoes
CLICK HERE to select which days and locations you can volunteer!
The Sierra State Parks Foundation (SSPF) believes that the Lake Tahoe and Donner area California State Parks are unique treasures worthy of our support. We fund projects and educational programs that connect people with our rich natural resources and cultural heritage.