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ACTION IN THE EASTERN SIERRA

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UPDATES ON THE BLOG

September Stewardship Update & Highlights

September Stewardship Update & Highlights The dog days of summer are here, and our Trail Ambassadors are out and about  doing a doggone good job! Whether it’s picking up trash, working with the Athenian School, or heading out on trips with our Forest Service partners, August has been one heck of a month for our Stewardship team. Here are some of the highlights of the month: Lindsay and I (Stewardship Director Alex Ertaud) got to head into French Canyon, just over Pine Creek Pass and the Sierra Crest to spend four days working alongside Tim Crosby and Michael Sax from…

Q&A with Local Author Kendra Atleework

Get to Know Local Author Kendra Atleework .  Supporter of Friends of the Inyo and talented writer Kendra Atleework recently recently published her book, “Miracle Country.” We’ve partnered with her to give away copies of her book in our #DontTrashTheTrails giveaway. But we wanted to get to know Kendra even better, so we connected (virtually) and she answered some burning questions that we tossed her way: What inspired you to write this book? Miracle Country is about our relationship to home. I was born and raised in the Eastern Sierra. My dad was a hot air balloon pilot and a…

Friends of the Inyo Online Store is Open

Shop Our Online Store There are many ways to show your love for Friends of the Inyo. Now you can show your support with Friends of the Inyo hats, shirts, and pint cups. Previously only available at events tables, all of our merchandise is available for purchase online to be shipped to your door. Men’s and Women’s t-shirts are locally printed at Designs Unlimited in Mammoth Lakes. Our shirts feature a soft tri-blend fabric and our stylish sierra juniper logo. Friends of the Inyo’s Klean Kanteen stainless steel pint cups are great for home use or camping, and for reducing…