Stewardship Day – Volunteers Needed!
Mark your calendars and find your work gloves! We hope you’ll join us as we work to protect one of the wildlife species that makes the Eastern Sierra so unique: the rare Greater sage grouse. We need your help to transform our working ranchlands at Sinnamon Meadows into safer sage grouse habitat by flagging, removing and replacing fences that pose hazards to these low-flying birds.
Join us for our 2nd Annual Sage Grouse Stewardship Day on Wednesday, October 14th. For more information about this all-day volunteer event and to sign up to participate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 873-4554.
Preserving Vital Lands for People and Wildlife
The Eastern Sierra region of California and Nevada is rich in natural beauty and a strong agricultural legacy. Its working farms and ranches are scenic, historic, and a vital part of the region’s economy and rural character. Wildlife habitat is abundant and diverse, supporting fisheries, migrating deer herds, and ancient bird fly‐ways.
Eastern Sierra Land Trust recognizes that the land we share has long been used in a variety of ways. We work to preserve a healthy balance of uses — from ranching to hiking, wildlife habitats to favorite fishing spots — that can be sustained forever, ensuring a strong local economy and healthy environment for generations to come.