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Black Lake Stewardship Days

Save the dates! Join us for one or both of our spring stewardship days at our Black Lake Preserve on April 18th and May 17th. The remote preserve has a rich geologic, agricultural and ecological history as well as being a critical bird habitat. We will work on several stewardship projects to improve wildlife habitat. More information to come soon.  To volunteer or find out more, contact Marie at marie@eslt.org or call ...continue reading

2019-02-26T14:41:25-07:00May 17th, 2019|

Black Lake Stewardship Days

Save the dates! Join us for one or both of our spring stewardship days at our Black Lake Preserve on April 18th and May 17th. The remote preserve has a rich geologic, agricultural and ecological history as well as being a critical bird habitat. We will work on several stewardship projects to improve wildlife habitat. More information to come soon.  To volunteer or find out more, contact Marie at marie@eslt.org or call ...continue reading

2019-02-26T14:41:06-07:00April 18th, 2019|

Flash Foxy Stewardship Day with BLM

Join Eastern Sierra Land Trust and Bureau of Land Management for a cleanup during the Women’s Flash Foxy Climbing Festival. We will be working on cleaning up a few favorite spots around Bishop. Space is limited, so please email marie@eslt.org or call (760) 873-4554 to RSVP and for more information.

2019-03-15T13:32:07-07:00March 24th, 2019|

A New Class of Volunteers!

ESLT enjoys volunteer involvement and support in everything we accomplish.  Many thanks to our graduating class from the recent Volunteer Orientation, held on a bluebird day last month.  Thanks also to Great Basin Bakery for making it a delicious gathering and to Victoria Ortiz, our newest super-volunteer and AmeriCorps member.

2017-03-03T11:06:21-07:00March 7th, 2012|Blog, Volunteer|

Repeat after me, “In 2011, ESLT . ....

. . . preserved 224 acres of critical wildlife habitat. Naylon Conservation Easement (104 acres) and Wilson Conservation Project (60 acres) preserves critical habitat in the Round Valley mule deer migration corridor, ensuring safe passage for the mule deer during their bi-annual migration through Swall Meadows. Willow Flat Conservation Easement preserves 60 acres near the Sonora Junction, including a half mile stretch of the Little Walker River. The property provides the West ...continue reading

2017-03-03T15:47:59-07:00February 10th, 2012|Blog, Volunteer|

Hola from ESLT’s 2012 AmeriCorps Member!

Hello future friends and community!  My name is Victoria Ortiz and I will be serving as ESLT’s 2012 AmeriCorps member and Education Coordinator.  This morning I went for a run during which I reveled in how lucky I am to be living in paradise.  For the last couple winters I have worked as a ski instructor at Mammoth Mountain and have fallen in love with the clean air and active ...continue reading

2017-03-03T12:09:51-07:00February 2nd, 2012|Blog|

Giving Thanks for Volunteers

This time of year, many of us are preparing to gather with friends and family to give thanks for the things in our life that deserve our gratitude. Here at ESLT, we wanted to take a moment to do that as well, and so last week we held a Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. The evening was filled with good cheer, many thanks, and celebration of the time our volunteers have given. ESLT would ...continue reading

2017-03-03T11:06:22-07:00November 14th, 2011|Blog, Volunteer|

Three generations of AmeriCorps

A serendipitous coincidence found three generations of AmeriCorps members at the ESLT office when Do Lee, SNAP Program Director, came to visit with current AmeriCorps member Sarah Spano. We celebrated with a BBQ in the garden, and shared stories about past AmeriCorps training (like the Rock Paper Scissor Tournament where Sarah made it to the final challenge), and heard about future plans (Katie, 2008 AmeriCorps member, is off to graduate ...continue reading

2017-03-03T11:06:17-07:00June 4th, 2010|Blog|

ESLT and AmeriCorps in 2010

Recently I spent two days at the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Program training as we collectively ushered in another 27 young, bright, and enthusiastic AmeriCorps members for a year of service. It is truly inspiring to be involved with a group of young adults that have chosen to give a year of service working in a local community, making a difference for their own generation and for future generations. In addition to reviewing ...continue reading

2017-03-10T14:14:33-07:00January 28th, 2010|Blog, Volunteer|

Reflections on a Year of Service

With the beginning of December, and AmeriCorps graduation drawing near, I am starting to realize that my twelve months, 1700 hours of service, are drawing to a close. As I prepare to pass the torch to the next AmeriCorps member coming in January, I look back on all I've experienced. What a great year, and I'd like to thank everyone in the community who welcomed me so warmly, and helped make this ...continue reading

2017-03-10T14:14:33-07:00December 2nd, 2009|Blog|