Adventure Sports Week Outreach
Adventure Sports Week is proud to partner with Green Bucks to promote and contribute to the funding that is used to build, maintain and protect the hiking and biking trails, watershed restoration, wildlife protections, environmental stewardship programs and forest health of the Lake Tahoe basin.
In partnership with Green Bucks, every race registration one dollar will be donated to support local projects to restore the watershed, build and maintain hiking and biking trails, protect wildlife, and fund environmental stewardship programs. Thank you.
For specific questions or to find out more ways you can help, contact the Tahoe Fund
Adventure Sports Week is proud to partner with The Tahoe LUNA Chix to bring together women interested in learning new sports, staying active and inspiring others to do the same.
Their team is a small group of women passionate about cycling and the outdoors. They have a great summer schedule full of road and mountain bike rides, plus bike maintenance & skills clinics. Team LUNA Chix also participates in local races and volunteer opportunities such as trail building, mentoring and coaching. They encourage women of all ages and abilities to come out and join us this summer.
Connect with the Tahoe LUNA Chix on Facebook to be updated on events!
Adventure Sports Week is proud to partner with The Tahoe Fund to promote the Lake Tahoe License Plate Program and the funding that is used to build, maintain and protect the trails, water quality, wildlife and forest health of the Lake Tahoe basin.
Show your love and support of Lake Tahoe by ordering a California or Nevada Lake Tahoe License Plate. Over 96% of the funds from purchase and renewal fees for Lake Tahoe License plates are used to build, maintain and protect the trails, water quality, wildlife and forest health of the Lake Tahoe basin. New Tahoe License Plate fees benefiting the Tahoe Basin are $50 in California and $61 in Nevada. The annual renewal fee is $40 in California and $30 in Nevada. Personalized plates are also available for additional fees.
To learn more about how your support helps keep Tahoe beautiful or to learn about specific conservation, recreation and education projects, visit the California Tahoe Conservancy and the Nevada Division of State Lands.