GPS Field Workshop

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Saturday, November 14th, 10am to 2pm Spend the day with ESLT Stewardship Coordinator, Aaron Johnson, learning about the basics of Global Positioning System (GPS) use while exploring the stunning terrain of ESLT’s Crowley… Continue reading

National Land Conservation Conference 2009!

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Several of us headed up to the gray and rainy Pacific Northwest last week to participate in the National Land Conservation Conference (aka Land Trust Alliance Rally) in Portland, Oregon last week. This… Continue reading

Help Save the Sierra Nevada!

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Your License to Protect the Places You Love. Submit your paid pledge for this special license plate and you will be protecting and restoring natural habitats, providing open space and improving recreation throughout… Continue reading

Blooming Rabbitbrush on ESLT Conservation Easement Tour

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At the end of September, ESLT staff set out for the first annual conservation easement tour of the Eastern Sierra. With new fall weather rolling in, we were bundled up but ready for… Continue reading

Living with Wildlife Festival – Snakes and Bears oh my!

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Saturday, September 26th started out clear and warm, as local families and tourists headed to the Bishop City Park for our 3rd annual Living with Wildlife Festival. Many local wildlife organizations were on… Continue reading

AmeriCorps is now recruiting!

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Apply to become a Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps member! Do you love the Sierra? Want to help restore and protect the Range of Light? Apply to become an AmeriCorps member with the Sierra Nevada… Continue reading

Rocks and craters and local foods

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Saturday, August 22nd, dawned cloudy and overcast. 22 geology enthusiasts gathered just south of Round Valley, to hear professor emeritus of geology, Terry Wright, shed some light on the rocks. The first topic,… Continue reading

Eastern Sierra Geology Tour

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Come experience this unique opportunity to learn about the fascinating variety of our local geology, and get served a lunch of local foods! Geoglogist Terry Wright will spend the morning, guiding us through… Continue reading

Pollinators in our midst

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What fun it is to take a closer look at the bees, butterflies, and birds who are working hard in our flower gardens and flowering native plants! In the ESLT garden, we are… Continue reading

Notes from the Field

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The following are a few snapshots taken while monitoring ESLT conservation easements. Hope you enjoy! For more information on ESLT conservation easements, visit our website for detailed descriptions and more photos. Serena