Spotlight on Cecily Foote: Illustrator for our Sunflower Garden Project Journals

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Nature is full of magic. And in Eastern Sierra Land Trust’s annual Sunflower Garden Project, young boys and girls get the chance to learn how it works. During the Sunflower Garden Project each… Continue reading

Celebrating Your Legacy and the Lands You Conserve Forever

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“It’s about the land.” That’s something my grandfather said years ago. I recall him telling me how painful it was to watch his beloved ranch get turned from open and working land into houses… Continue reading

Let’s Team Up to Clean Up

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Throughout the Eastern Sierra, trash pollutes our rivers and streams, creating hazards for birds, fish, and other wildlife. On Saturday, September 16, we’re teaming up with other local organizations to make a difference… Continue reading

Fun & Exploration in the Great Outdoors

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What a day: filled with laughter, learning, and fun in the sun! At our first-ever Crayons & Paint last Saturday, local kids and their families joined us on the land at Karen’s Preserve… Continue reading

Help ESLT Find Our Next AmeriCorps Member!

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Do you know someone who loves the Sierra, and who might want to help protect its wonders while gaining valuable environmental professional experience? Eastern Sierra Land Trust is on the lookout for our next… Continue reading

Looking Back: Protecting Karen’s Preserve Forever

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For mule deer and mountain lions, songbirds and eagles, and people of all ages seeking adventure and a spectacular view, Karen’s Preserve offers a true refuge. It is protected for generations to come… Continue reading

Calling All Kids – Let’s Get Creative at “Crayons & Paint!”

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School’s out and summer is officially here! Are you and your kids looking to escape the heat and explore the Eastern Sierra? If so, we hope you’ll join us on July 29 for… Continue reading

Helping Conservation Grow – One Sunflower and Third-Grader at a Time

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This post was written by Indigo Johnson, ESLT’s Education Coordinator and AmeriCorps Member. For more about Indigo, Click Here >> Just a few days ago, I was reading a third-grader’s Sunflower Project journal –… Continue reading

Bringing Their Home Back To Life

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Thanks to your support, volunteers have been hard at work this spring – improving important habitat for mule deer and other wildlife in the Round Fire burn area. Many centuries before there were… Continue reading

Looking Back: Conservation Success at Benton Hot Springs Ranch

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With its wildlife, water resources, ranching legacy, and historic significance, Benton Hot Springs Ranch is a diamond in the rough. Thanks to supporters like you, it’s now protected forever. Bill Bramlette’s family has… Continue reading