Friends of the Inyo Blog

  • How Can We Love A Place?


    Check out Trail Ambassador Astra's intellectual exploration of connecting to a place:

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  • Boy Scout Troop 350 Working Hard at Convict Lake


    Thanks for all your hard work yesterday, Troop 350! The Convict Lake boardwalk is looking great.

    High flows this summer left rocks and debris piled up against the boardwalk at the head of the lake.

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  • New Bighorn Sheep Kiosk in Pine Creek Climbing Area


    Just outside of Bishop, Pine Creek Canyon offers some of the best rock climbing in the Eastern Sierra. It's also critical habitat for a herd of about a hundred endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, for whom the steep walls provide protection from predators and a migration corridor between their summer and winter ranges.


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  • Getting Nostalgic in the Mammoth Lakes Basin


    Watching the Trail Ambassadors run the cross cut saw to remove a log from a trail in the Mammoth Lakes Basin put us in an old time kind of mood, so here's pictures of them working in black and white.

    Look for the Trail Ambassadors on high country trails this summer, or join them for Trail Work Thursday or an interpretive hike.

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