Publications

The Jeffrey Pine Journal

Named after the Eastern Sierra’s most aromatic conifer, Friends of the Inyo’s Jeffrey Pine Journal is a handsome, biannual publication distributed free to our members.

Please enjoy the Jeffrey Pine Journal online by clicking on any of the links to past issues below:

Friends of the Inyo Wilderness Guide

Check out our Wilderness Guide for an overview of the Eastern Sierra, including places to see, conservation projects, FAQs, and organizations involved in preservation.

Pine Nuts (Annual Impact Report)
Pine Nuts is Friends of the Inyo’s Annual Impact Report.
The Juniper Monthly Newsletter

The September Issue of Friends of the Inyo’s E-Newsletter, “The Juniper,” is HOT OFF DA PRESS!

How is the collection of crab and shrimp traps that have come loose in the Salish Sea off the coast of Washington related to Friends of the Inyo’s work in California’s Eastern Sierra? If you don’t read the latest issue of The Juniper, you’ll never know.  Happy reading…And if you like what you read, happy sharing!

Friends of the Inyo’s Juniper Newsletter for August has news of our Lone Pine Satellite Office Opening, and more!

Join us for our August 19 Open House at our new Satellite Office across East Bush Street from the Lone Pine Post Office. Read about the Great Basin Water Justice Summit that took place earlier this month. Learn about all our FREE hikes and volunteering events through the rest of the summer and into early fall. Find out how to leave a legacy of conservation by adding Friends of the Inyo to your estate plan in “Make a Will” Month, etc., etc., etc. Happy reading….And if you like what you read, happy sharing!

Stewardship Round-Up: July 2022

Read some exciting progress notes from our Trail Ambassadors, with an introduction and post-note from Stewardship Director Alex Ertaud. “We’re thick into the Dog Days of summer, hitting the midway point of our season, and the Trail Ambassadors (TAs) just keep on rolling! Alongside our Forest Service partners, our TAs have been up to some amazing work. But don’t take my word for it: Let’s hear it from the TAs themselves! Here are some highlights from their last month of work in north-to-south order depending on the Ranger District to which each of them is assigned.” From Bradley Olson, TA…

The June 2022 Issue of Friends of the Inyo’s E-Newsletter, ‘The Juniper,’ reads like a celebration of Thanksgiving in Summer – So much to be thankful for!

This month, take a look at our “Pine Nuts Impact Report” for 2021, meet our Trail Ambassadors and learn about volunteering opportunities coming up in June and July through our Stewardship Program, see a photo of the new truck in our fleet – a purchase made possible thanks to your generous giving – and more! Happy reading…and if you like what you read, happy sharing!

The Spring 2022 Issue of Friends of the Inyo’s Biannual Magazine, The Jeffrey Pine Journal, is Hot off the Press!

The latest issue of Friends of the Inyo’s Jeffrey Pine Journal, now in its twentieth year, features timely conservation-related topics such as fire management, wayward balloon litter in nature, the 30×30 Initiative to conserve 30 percent of our public lands and coastal waters by 2030, and more. Click on the image above or this link to access and download a pdf version. Happy reading! Please remember that you can get a hard copy of the Jeffrey Pine Journal delivered to your home twice a year, in Spring and Fall, as one of the perks of membership with Friends of the…