What good is a land trust without members?

It’s like a garden without any plants, a beehive without any bees, or a crystal-clear stream absent of any fish.  Without our members, this important work of preserving land in the Eastern Sierra would not be happening.  With the support of our more than 600 members and their families, ESLT has been able to preserve over 6,000 acres of scenic, rural and wildlife-rich lands.

Can you imagine a stream with no fish?  Well, neither can we imagine ESLT without our members.  As we approach the holiday season, we would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to all our members for the vital support you offer and for making our mission successful.  Currently, there are over 8,000 acres in-the-works to be preserved so there is still much to do.

Our end-of-year letters have just gone out in the mail, highlighting what we have done and what we are working to accomplish.  It also includes another chance to support ESLT and enjoy a beautiful gift in the process.  Please watch for it if you are members.  If you are not a member, we could always use more fish in our stream so jump on in and join us!


Fall Colors and Mt. Tom, Photo By Stephen Ingram

Fall Colors and Mt. Tom, Photo By Stephen Ingram