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ACTION IN THE EASTERN SIERRA

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Featured Events

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Nature Journaling at Coldwater Trailhead with Lauren

August 30 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Mountain Formation at Convict Lake with Julia

August 30 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Botany in Rock Creek with Robin – 9 AM

August 31 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Sierra Meadows at North Lake with Kimball

August 31 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

UPDATES ON THE BLOG

Zinke’s report on National Monuments

The White House stalls on releasing Zinke’s report on National Monuments All summer long we have been working with our state and national colleagues to pressure Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to listen to the 2.8 million comments received (99% in support) of saving national monuments and the defense of public lands. Thursday, August 24 was Zinke’s deadline for his final report on National Monuments and the White House is still keeping everyone in the dark about their plans. We did learn that Zinke is recommending to drastically reduce at least four national monuments. You can read Department…

Mammoth Base Land Exchange

Mammoth Base Land Exchange September 2017 update In late August we submitted comments of the Environmental Impact Statement for the Mammoth Base Land Exchange.  Under the Proposed Action, the Forest Service would exchange approximately 35.6 acres of National Forest System lands within the boundaries of the Inyo National Forest, and currently managed as part of a Ski Area Term Special Use Permit to Mammoth Main Lodge Redevelopment, LLC in exchange for approximately 1,296.7 acres of privately owned lands located within the boundaries of the Inyo, Plumas and Stanislaus National Forests and one 1.4 acre parcel in Bishop, CA adjacent to…

Photos from the Ansel Adams Wilderness Project

Check out photos by volunteer, photographer, and Bishop resident Ken Miller from the Ansel Adams Wilderness Project. This year, we partnered with the Inyo National Forest, and 6 volunteers helped on trail maintenance and campsite restoration around Shadow Lake and the John Muir Trail. It was such a great experience for everyone involved, and check back this fall because we’ll be posting stories about how much fun we had and work we got done in the coming weeks.