We got a lot of great work done with enthusiastic volunteers earlier this fall during National Public Lands Day with Bishop BLM, Eastern Sierra Land Trust, and others. Check out the attached write up on the specific work. And take a look at a few pictures:
Volunteers planted 500 bitterbrush seedlings in an area burned during the February 2015 Round Fire. This is critical winter range for migratory deer, so replacing bitterbrush is crucial to providing a food source for deer.
Volunteers also maintained the Lower Rock Creek trail.