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Rock Creek Lakes Clean-up

Rock Creek Lakes Resort 1 Upper, Rock Creek Rd, Bishop, CA

Volunteers at Rock Creek in 2019 Join Friends of the Inyo at Rock Creek Lakes Resort to clean up trash and fishing line around the lake and the trails that run to and from. Meet at the Rock Creek Lakes Resort at 8:30am on Saturday, July 24, 2021. Where: Rock Creek Lakes Resort, RSVP is required; Address: 1 Upper, Rock Creek Rd Bishop CA 93514; GPS 37.457763,-118.734833 When: 8:30am on Saturday July 24, 2021 Social distancing and mask wearing will be required; be sure to bring a mask! We'll provide the gloves, trash-grabbers, and trash bags. About the Event: All...

Volunteer Backcountry Stewardship Week | Cottonwood Creek

Join Friends of the Inyo and the White Mountain Ranger District of the Inyo National Forest for a spectacular three days of stewardship in Mono County. We'll be working to restore roads in Wilderness and removing obsolete cattle exclosures, and we'll also save plenty of time for hiking, sharing stories, and enjoying a beautiful place. Trip dates are August 6-9, 2021 Check back soon for more trip details. This trip is now full! If you would like to be placed on the waitlist and notified if a spot opens up, e-mails Alex Ertaud at alex@friendsoftheinyo.org. Participants are responsible for all...

Bridgeport Trails Day

Virginia Lakes Trailhead

  Celebrate the end of summer at the Fourth Annual Bridgeport Trails Day! Join us and the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest to get out and give back to the places you love to enjoy. Meet at the Virginia Lakes Trail head parking lot at 8:30am on Saturday, September 18th for a fun morning of trail work and lakeshore clean-up. Bring sunscreen, closed-toed shoes, hat, and water and snacks for a morning of work. Social distancing and mask wearing will be required; be sure to bring a mask! We'll provide the gloves, trash-grabbers, and trash bags. We will be capping this event...

National Public Lands Day 2021

Alabama Hills HVWR+7F Lone Pine, California, Lone Pine

Join the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, Alabama Hills Stewardship Group,  Bureau of Land Management,  Friends of the Inyo, and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power on September 25, at 8:30 a.m., for a Public Lands Day event! We will be kicking off the busy fall season in the Alabama Hills (the time of year when these public lands receive the most visitors after the weather has cooled) by getting our hands dirty! We will be cleaning out fire pits, and helping the Bureau of Land Management put in the new designated camping site signs. It will be a...

American Alpine Club’s Fall Highball Stewardship Event

Black Sheep Coffee 232 North Main Street, Bishop, CA

Join us, the American Alpine Club, Inyo National Forest, Bishop Bureau of Land Management, and Bishop Climbing Rangers for a day of giving back to the Buttermilk Boulders and Volcanic Tablelands. Meet at the Fall Highball event headquarters (Black Sheep Coffee parking lot in downtown Bishop) at 8:30am on Sunday, November 7th. We will have breakfast and coffee before we head up to the Buttermilk or Volcanic Tablelands areas for a fun morning of service in your favorite climbing area. Bring sunscreen, closed-toed shoes, hat, and water and snacks for a morning of work. Social distancing and mask wearing will be...

Flash Foxy Climbing Festival Stewardship Day

  The fifth annual Flash Foxy Climbing Festival will culminate in a grand stewardship extravaganza in Pine Creek, the Volcanic Tablelands, and around the Bishop area. We’re partnering with Flash Foxy, the Bishop BLM, the Inyo National Forest, the Bishop Climbing Rangers, the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, and the Bishop Area Climber's Coalition to restore these areas, both world-renowned climbing destinations and sites of cultural significance for the Bishop Paiute Tribe. Join us at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 27, at the parking lot of the Mountain Rambler Brewery (186 S. Main Street in Bishop) for breakfast and coffee before...

Recurring

Nature-Based Yoga + Trail Clean-Up w/ Jean Redle in Lee Vining

Gus Hess Park 129 Mattly Ave, Lee Vining, CA

Jean will be leading a Nature-Based Yoga Program every Friday from 8-9:15 am at Gus Hess Park. Participants are also invited to join her afterwards on a Naturalist Walk/Stewardship Trail Cleanup at a different trail each week. This will start at 10 AM. ***Note: On 7/1, 8/5, and 9/2, yoga will instead be followed by Jean's interpretive program at Junction Campground off the Tioga Rd between Ellery Lake and the Tioga Pass Resort.*** Bring your own yoga mat or towel. Questions? E-mail jean@friendsoftheinyo.org.  

Recurring

Nature-Based Yoga + Trail Clean-Up w/ Jean Redle in Lee Vining

Gus Hess Park 129 Mattly Ave, Lee Vining, CA

Jean will be leading a Nature-Based Yoga Program every Friday from 8-9:15 am at Gus Hess Park. Participants are also invited to join her afterwards on a Naturalist Walk/Stewardship Trail Cleanup at a different trail each week. This will start at 10 AM. ***Note: On 7/1, 8/5, and 9/2, yoga will instead be followed by Jean's interpretive program at Junction Campground off the Tioga Rd between Ellery Lake and the Tioga Pass Resort.*** Bring your own yoga mat or towel. Questions? E-mail jean@friendsoftheinyo.org.  

June Lake Trails Day – 12th Annual

Mono County Community Center 90 W Granite Ave, June Lake, CA

  Ring in summer in the high country with the eleventh annual June Lake Trails Day! Join us for a fun morning of maintaining popular trails and picking up trash and fishing line around the lakes. We’ll meet you with coffee at the June Lake Community Center (90 W Granite Ave) at 8:30am on Saturday, June 25. All ages welcome. Please wear trail work-appropriate clothing and closed-toed shoes, and bring water and sun protection. Thank you to our partners, the June Lake Trails Committee, Mono County, June Lake Brewing, and the Inyo National Forest. Social distancing and mask wearing will...

Flash Foxy Trailfest Clean-Up

The inaugural Flash Foxy Trailfest will culminate with a grand trash clean-up event in the Mammoth Lakes Basin. We’re partnering with Flash Foxy and the Inyo National Forest to do some good clean-up work around the many lakes in this heavily utilized area. Join us at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 26, at a to-be-determined location in the Mammoth Lakes Basin to pick up gloves, trash-picker-uppers, and a trash bag before you get out and give back to your beloved public lands! Wear work-appropriate clothing and closed-toed shoes. We’ll provide tools and gloves. Trailfest registration not required; clean-up is open to...