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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

Pollinator Gardens Are Blooming – Come See!

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Have you heard the buzz? All across the Eastern Sierra, butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees are busy at their work – and what an important job they fill! Pollinators like these keep local gardens,… Continue reading

A Perfect Day to Celebrate Spring

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Right from the party’s start, laughter filled the backyard. The sun peeked out from behind the clouds – as though curious about what all the celebration was for. Aromas of fresh-baked pizza drew guests… Continue reading

What’s Next At Conway Ranch?

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Spectacular views. Seeping springs. Homes for iconic wildlife such as mule deer, bobcat, and the Bi-State sage-grouse. This is Conway Ranch – and thanks to you and community leadership, this special place was… Continue reading

Spring is Here – Let’s Celebrate!

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Spring is finally here, and the Eastern Sierra is budding to life. Are your ready to get your garden growing? To celebrate this season of growth, all of us at Eastern Sierra Land… Continue reading

Volunteer Alert: Join Hands to Restore the Corridor

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Spring is well on its way here in the Eastern Sierra – and that means the start of our field season! Eastern Sierra Land Trust staff and partners are looking forward to taking… Continue reading

Planting the Seeds of Conservation

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Spring is headed for our garden… And the Bishop Elementary 3rd Grade kids are too! Eastern Sierra Land Trust is looking forward to welcoming young girls and boys to our outdoor classroom this… Continue reading

Hummingbirds: Your Questions Answered!

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The information in this post was taken from an article that was originally written by Eastern Sierra Land Trust members Tom and Jo Heindel for Eastern Sierra Audubon‘s Sierra Wave Newsletter. To read… Continue reading

Stand the Test of Time

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Have you visited the ancient Bristlecone pine groves? Found far up in the White Mountains overlooking the Owens Valley, they’re a breathtaking sight. As some of the oldest living life forms in the… Continue reading

The Key to a Blooming Garden: Pollinators!

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  Pssst – do you know the secret to a blooming backyard? Sun and soil are important, but it’s butterflies, bees, and other pollinators that bring your garden to life year after year. Yet… Continue reading