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ESLT Welcomes Mini to the Office!

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All of us at ESLT are thrilled to welcome Mini Mantzouranis to our office as our new Membership Development Coordinator. Mini has been living in the Eastern Sierra for just a few months;… Continue reading

ESLT is Hiring – Two Exciting New Employment Opportunities!

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Eastern Sierra Land Trust is hiring! We have two opportunities available, and are looking to add enthusiastic new members to our team as soon as possible. The open positions – Lands Conservation Program… Continue reading

Our New Project in Bridgeport Valley Just Got a $3 Million Dollar Leg Up

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On a frozen February morning earlier this year, ESLT Lands Director Aaron Johnson and I took a drive up to Bridgeport, CA to visit with a family that has been ranching in this… Continue reading

ESLT’s Sold-Out Lands & Legacy Celebration: A Huge Success!

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Our recent Lands & Legacy Celebration was simply amazing – filled with inspiration, good food and company, and visions of the preserved open spaces in the Eastern Sierra’s future. By the time we… Continue reading

Making an Impact in their Hometown: Meet ESLT’s Two Summer Interns!

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This summer, Eastern Sierra Land Trust has some extra help around the office and in the field. We are thrilled to welcome Claire Jellison and Jessie O’Dell to the ESLT family as summer… Continue reading

Allison Peeler: ESLT’s new Special Events Champ!

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ESLT is excited to welcome Allison Peeler to the office as our new part-time Special Events Assistant. We are thrilled to have her expertise and assistance as we prepare for our major summer… Continue reading

Chris Webster and Nina Gerber Sing to Benefit ESLT!

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Last September I attended Millpond Music Festival, and as I walked from my car to the stage I found my pace becoming faster and faster in order to get closer to the music… Continue reading

Farewell to a True Eastside Champion

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The trees and fields are shimmering with the new-green of spring, calves are cavorting around their pastures, and there is a light dusting of snow on the mountains that surround our ESLT office.… Continue reading