Mono Basin History Museum Hosts Talk on Hunewill Ranch
April 5 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Hunewill Ranch, founded in 1861 by Esther and Napoleon Hunewill, supplied timber and beef to the mining town of Bodie. The Hunewill family has since owned and managed their cattle ranch over seven generations. The family’s dedication to conservation led them to protect the ranch’s native grasslands, wildlife habitat, and scenic views forever with a conservation easement. Hear their fascinating history in this online chat with ESLT Executive Director/CEO Kay Ogden and Megan Hunewill.
Read more about Hunewill Ranch and the conservation easement in ESLT’s Fall 2020 SierraScapes.
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