Garden Share, matching gardeners with landowners in the Eastern Sierra

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Do you want to garden but don’t have a place to garden? Do you have a piece of land that you’d like to see have a productive garden? Join the Garden Share project!… Continue reading

Celebrating Community Connections

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April 19th, Bishop City Park Last Sunday, the Eastern Sierra Land Trust joined Bishop in celebrating Community Connections at the park. Many great local organizations were there, offering advice on Eastern Sierra living,… Continue reading

A New Perspective for Earth Day

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Take a global look at the Eastern Sierra Land Trust on Earth Day.

The Flight of the Lady

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Painted Lady butterflies have been pouring through our preserved lands in the migration corridor, single-mindedly going north.  The waves of fluttering wings are truly impressive and thought-provoking.  How do they survive the 60mph… Continue reading

Tell Us Why YOU Support ESLT?

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You may have noticed in our past two newsletters that we have added an ESLT member spotlight section. We love hearing more about our members and why they support the ESLT. In the… Continue reading

Spring Is Here

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Spring is here, and here at the Eastern Sierra Land Trust, we are proud to announce that we are collaborating with our landlords to put in a pollinator friendly vegetable and flower garden.… Continue reading

Dreaming of the Future: Strategic Planning Retreat

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On March 4th, a windy rainy Monday, when the air smelled of sagebrush and dark clouds filled the sky, good things were brewing. Nearly thirty community members, ESLT board members and staff gathered… Continue reading

California Council of Land Trusts Conference

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The 5th annual statewide Land Trust Conference will be hosted by the California Council of Land Trusts this year  in Sacramento on February 24-25. A few of us here at the ESLT will… Continue reading

When in Rome: Quick History of Land Trusts

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For those who live, work, and play in the Eastern Sierra, its easy to know why people want to preserve and protect this unique place.  Conservation Easements, used by the ESLT and other… Continue reading

Conservation on the Computer

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Sometimes it feels difficult to reconcile my interests in the outdoors and natural history with my more ‘techie’ interests. Though I most undoubtedly would rather spend my spare time strolling through the hills… Continue reading