Lands & Legacy Celebration ALMOST Sold Out!
Finding Hope and Resiliency in Nature
We have nearly sold out of tickets for our 10th Annual Lands & Legacy weekend, June 8-10. Celebrate the hope and resiliency that can be found in nature. Everyone is invited to purchase tickets to this annual benefit and join friends, family and fellow conservation supporters as we raise a glass in honor of our conservation successes in the Eastern Sierra. If you're not able to join us and would still like to support the Paddle Raise, you can donate here.
Special Events at Lands & Legacy Celebration
Lands & Legacy Benefit Dinner and Paddle Raise
When: Saturday, June 9 from 5pm-8pm
Where: Parallax Restaurant, Mammoth Lakes (map)
The Paddle Raise will give you a chance to protect what you cherish most. If conservation is going to stand the test of time, we have to get out ahead and conserve the special places that make the Eastern Sierra what it is. That’s often only possible because of the compassion and generosity of people like you. Click Here for Details
Bodie’s Breadbasket: A Tour of Historic Conway Ranch
When: Friday, June 8, 2pm-4pm
Guest speakers will share the historic role Conway Ranch had in feeding the hungry miners and local residents of Bodie and the Mono Basin. By grazing livestock and growing vegetables at Conway Ranch, this ranch helped feed a population of over 10,000 during the booming gold mining era. Click Here for Details
Snapping the Sierra: Nature Photography at Sinnamon Meadows
Sunday, June 10, 8am-12pm
Where: Conway Ranch, northwest of mono lake
Join photographers and ESLT board members Bill Dunlap and Rick Kattelmann to capture the magic of Sinnamon Meadows Conservation Easement in the morning light. Tour and capture this scenic, private ranchland under Dunderberg Peak near the beautiful Bridgeport Valley, not usually accessible without special permission from the landowner. Click Here for Details
Proposition 68: Safe and Reliable Water for Families, Farms, and Businesses
Vote Yes on 68!
Proposition 68, the Clean Water and Safe Parks Act, is a $4.1 billion bond that will invest $142 million in conservation and natural resource protection in our Sierra/Cascade region alone. The Sierra Nevada region has suffered from a lack of long-term, stable funding to manage our critical natural resources and ensure the health and sustainability of our communities. Now more than ever, we need to come together to protect our environment and preserve our natural resources for the future.