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Get monthly updates on what’s happening with the organization and more information on public lands issues in the Eastern Sierra.

ACTION IN THE EASTERN SIERRA

Policy

Join a meaningful,
science-based conversation
about protecting public
lands in the Eastern Sierra.

Exploration

Whether by foot, skis or off-road
vehicle, exploring these lands
is an important part of sharing
the Eastern Sierra’s story.

Stewardship

Partner with local agencies
and fellow Friends of the Inyo
volunteers to maintain trails,
restore habitats and more.

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Sat 28

Bodie Hills Stewardship Day

September 28 from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sat 28

National Public Lands Day w/ Eastern Sierra 4WD Club

September 28 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

UPDATES ON THE BLOG

About Friends of the Inyo

Founded in 1986, Friends of the Inyo is a Bishop, CA-based non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the exploration, preservation, and stewardship of the public lands of the Eastern Sierra. The Eastside’s scenic beauty, wild rivers, varied flora and fauna, and abundant opportunities for sustainable recreation are our business–and yours. Through a combination of outreach,education, and advocacy, together we can ensure that this remarkable place is preserved for future generations of people, plants, and animals. The Eastern Sierra The diverse wildlands of the Eastern Sierra are a national treasure, known and loved by many as a vast, undeveloped paradise of grand…