The Tough Trail Ahead: A Mule Deer’s Journey

by

Mule Deer Migration Corridor Field Trip Saturday, March 3rd from 2 – 5 pm RSVP required; to learn more and reserve your spot, please contact Ryan, ESLT’s Education Coordinator and AmeriCorps Member, at (760)… Continue reading

Carrying a Torch for Rare Desert Fish

by

On a bright, sunny morning at the end of last year, a plume of smoke could be seen rising up from the high desert near Benton, CA. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire –… Continue reading

Conservation Takes Root

by

This post was written by Ryan Delaney, ESLT’s 2017-2018 Education Coordinator & AmeriCorps Member. To learn more about Ryan and the Sierra Nevada Alliance’s Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership program, Click Here >> I’m… Continue reading

Bridgeport Valley: Conservation in Cowboy Country

by

Imagine driving north along Scenic Highway 395. Past Mono Lake, up and over Conway Summit, the rugged terrain suddenly opens before you – revealing a vast valley, surrounded by snowy Sierra peaks. Welcome… Continue reading

Students Take On Watershed Science

by

Do you know how our local watersheds are monitored and managed? Want to learn more about how the historic rewatering of the Lower Owens River has affected the health of this vital waterway?… Continue reading

Giving Thanks to Someone Who Inspires You

by

Who inspires you to care? Next week on Giving Tuesday, we want to recognize the friends, relatives, and teachers who introduced you to the magic of nature and taught you the importance of conservation.… Continue reading

Introducing Ryan Delaney: ESLT’s next Education Coordinator & AmeriCorps Member

by

All of us at Eastern Sierra Land Trust are excited to welcome Ryan Delaney to our team. For the next 11 months, Ryan will be serving our Sierra communities as our 2017/2018 Education… Continue reading

Giving Rare Wildlife a Fighting Chance

by

Thanks to your support, we’ve been working with conservation partners and volunteers to improve habitat for rare species in our area. It’s rewarding work, and we’re excited to share our progress with you.… Continue reading

Finding My Place: Looking Back on my Service Term with ESLT

by

This post was written by Indigo Johnson, Eastern Sierra Land Trust’s 2016/2017 Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership Education Coordinator and AmeriCorps Member. Indigo has served with ESLT for the past 11 months, spending that… Continue reading

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

by

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