Friends Of The Inyo
Preserving the Eastern Sierra through outreach, education, and advocacy for future generations of people, plants, and animals.
FRIENDS OF THE INYO
Preserving the Eastern Sierra through outreach,education, and advocacy for future generations of people, plants, and animals.

This “land of little rain,” nestled between the majestic Sierra Nevada and the enigmatic White-Inyo Mountains, is home to over 35% of California’s native species and some of the most spectacular scenery in the West. The endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, Owens Valley pupfish, and over 200 endemic plants are found nowhere else in the world. In order to ensure that the Eastside’s spectacular and biologically-rich wildlands are preserved for future generations of plants, animals, and people, it is critical that we build strong and lasting support for this wild and remote side of the state.

Planning For
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819 North Barlow, Bishop, CA 93514
(760) 873-6500
info@friendsoftheinyo.org
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