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Pollinator Week 2022: What is a Pollinator?

Happy National Pollinator Week! This annual celebration is run by Pollinator Partnership and promotes pollinator health. To celebrate and spread awareness of pollinators, we will publish blog posts on our website every day this week that cover different pollinators. What is a Pollinator? Let’s start simple on the first day of National Pollinator Week. What exactly is a pollinator? To learn about pollinators we first need to talk about pollination. Pollination happens …continue reading

2022-06-21T16:34:34-07:00June 21st, 2022|Pollinator Gardens, Blog, SNAP|
A fisherman casts into Hot Creek in the Eastern Sierra

It Takes More than Stocking for World-Class Eastern...

This story was first published by Western Outdoor News in their Eastern Sierra Preview 2022.  Bishop, CA The much-anticipated Eastern Sierra trout season opener is almost here! Before you grab those rods and reels and head out to your secret fishing holes, cast an eye to what is happening on the land and water affecting your favorite world-class fisheries. More Than Planting Fish Keeping streams full of fish takes more than just …continue reading

2022-04-26T16:15:02-07:00April 18th, 2022|Blog|
Picture of Round Valley mule deer

Protecting the Hub of the Mule Deer Herd’s...

Mule Deer populations in the Eastern Sierra have declined in recent decades. Work is being done to permanently protect the critical winter range of this iconic species. With spring soon approaching, mule deer will follow their instinct and migrate to the upper summer ranges. Wildlife biologists’ research has documented that migration patterns are learned behavior; a doe teaches her fawns, and that leads them to the places they can find food and …continue reading

2022-03-16T16:01:25-07:00March 14th, 2022|Blog|
Monarch Butterfly

Monarch Motivation: Population Increase in 2021

Sometimes you need some good news and motivation, and we have some for you today–the western monarch butterfly population has increased! Biologists and volunteers count overwintering monarchs in coastal California each year. During the fall of 2021, the Xerces Society counted nearly 250,000 butterflies compared to less than 2,000 butterflies counted during fall 2020. Although that is merely a sliver of the millions of monarch butterflies that migrated in the 1980s and …continue reading

2022-02-01T12:06:02-08:00February 1st, 2022|Blog, Pollinator Gardens, SNAP|
Communications manager Byron on a raft

Welcome Byron Roos-Collins, our new Communications Manager!

Welcome to Byron Roos-Collins! Our ESLT team is thrilled that Byron has joined us as our new Communications Manager. Byron comes to us with an extensive background as a wilderness guide. He is also a co-founder of a hot sauce business and a whitewater rafting guidebook business.  Byron began working with us in January and is excited to join the ESLT team. To help you get to know Byron better, we asked …continue reading

2022-01-31T12:40:37-08:00January 31st, 2022|Blog, Featured, Press Releases|

Welcome Kelly Muller, our new Land Stewardship Manager!

Welcome to Kelly Muller! Our ESLT team is thrilled that Kelly has joined us as our new Land Stewardship Manager.  Kelly comes to us with an impressive background in land restoration and management.  Kelly began working with us in January and is excited to join the ESLT team. To help you get to know Kelly better, we asked her a few questions about her background and interests: Tell me about your roots! …continue reading

2022-01-31T14:01:35-08:00January 27th, 2022|Blog, Featured, Press Releases, What's New|
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