The Bodie Hills lie between the Sierra Nevada and the Great Basin Desert on the California/Nevada border. Its landscape is both scenic and ecologically diverse with rounded volcanic mountains, aspen groves, meadows and ephemeral lakes. The Bodie Hills provide habitat for a variety of species including the imperiled Bi-State Sage Grouse. The place is also rich in pre and post colonial cultural history. Jora Fogg knows much about this special place. She is Policy Director for Friends of the Inyo and leads the Bodie Hills Conservation Partnership––a coalition of organizations opposed to industrial-scale gold mining in the hills, and advocating...
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Driving through Long Valley on the 395 you might have noticed our new Adopt-A-Highway sign courtesy of local business Sweet Water Hideaway. Now it is time for our first clean up! Join us at 9:00 AM on Saturday, November 19th. Coffee and donuts will be provided. RSVP below. Once you sign up, you will be given the location where everyone will meet for the cleanup. Wear closed-toed shoes and layers, other equipment for the cleanup will be provided.