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Welcome to the Eastern Sierra Land Trust Newsroom: your source for information and updates about Eastern Sierra Land Trust’s conservation work in our community.

For media requests, questions about our SierraScapes Newsletter, or feedback on any of ESLT’s outreach materials, please contact our office today.

SierraScapes Newsletter

Eastern Sierra Land Trust’s bi-annual printed SierraScapes Newsletter shares updates about our conservation projects, events, and other news from our community.

Would you like to receive our next issue of SierraScapes? We’d love to share it with you – please contact us, and we’ll add you to our mailing list.

Inside our latest issue, you will:

  • Celebrate conservation easements at Centennial Point Ranch and Ullman Ranch
  • Learn about ESLT’s involvement in exciting conservation work like the Mammoth Lakes 395 Wildlife Crossing and the 30 by 30 Initiative
  • Revisit last year’s successes in our condensed 2021 Annual Report
  • And more…

Note that the original printed version contained a mistake and an omission on page two that has been corrected in the online edition. The correction clarifies that in 2003, the first protected 20 acres in Swall Meadows came to ESLT through an outright donation of the Ingram Conservation Easement from ESLT co-founders Karen Ferrell-Ingram and Stephen Ingram rather than through a donation of land

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ESLT Express E-Newsletter

Want to keep current on conservation news, event updates, and other ways to get involved? Our e-newsletter is the resource you need! The ESLT Express features stories from our blog, information about upcoming events and volunteer days, and reflections from ESLT Executive Director/CEO Kay Ogden.

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2022 Press Releases

Ullman Ranch Conservation Easement just north of Bridgeport Valley, California

May 18, 2022 – ESLT Secures Conservation Easement on Centennial Point Ranch, Protecting the Heart of Bridgeport Valley

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The nationally accredited not-for-profit Eastern Sierra Land Trust has secured a conservation easement with ranchers John Lacey, Mark Lacey, and David Wood, to protect the historic Centennial Point Ranch. South of the town of Bridgeport, in the heart of Bridgeport Valley, this working ranch is now permanently preserved for water, wildlife, and sustainable ranching…


2021 Press Releases

Ullman Ranch Conservation Easement just north of Bridgeport Valley, California

August 5, 2021 – Apply Today! Become an AmeriCorps Member with Eastern Sierra Land Trust

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Do you love the Eastern Sierra? Are you looking for a way to give back to our community? Apply today to become ESLT’s next AmeriCorps Member! Eastern Sierra Land Trust (ESLT) and the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP) are seeking an enthusiastic, conservation-minded young leader to commit to 11 months of service, protecting this region’s natural resources through education and outreach. Application deadline is August 15…

Ullman Ranch Conservation Easement just north of Bridgeport Valley, California

April 20, 2021 – ESLT secures conservation easement on Ullman Ranch, protecting the heart of Huntoon Valley

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The heart of scenic Huntoon Valley is being preserved for water, wildlife, and sustainable cattle ranching through a conservation easement by rancher George “Corky” Ullman and Eastern Sierra Land Trust. North of the town of Bridgeport, at the foot of the Sweetwater Mountains, a shining creek curves through three miles of bright green meadows in Huntoon Valley. This seasonal cattle ranch, along the historic stagecoach route…

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Conservation Highlights: ESLT’s 2019 Annual Report

What conservation successes have we accomplished, and what is on the horizon for the years to come?

Our comprehensive 2019 Annual Report answers these questions and more, and provides you with insights into how your donations are being used to protect more of the places you love.

To view older Annual Reports, please visit our Financials Page.