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The Sheet: Adventure Time

The Sheet featured an article about the fifth annual Winter Adventure Series, hosted by ESIA and supported by The Town of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Lakes Recreation, and funding from Measure U, in the January 11th issue . Thanks to everyone at The Sheet for helping us spread the word of this exciting series in Mammoth Lakes, January through February. Read the article on page 9.

The Inyo Register: Studying seed dispersal

ESIA works with the Inyo County Office of Education on their Taking Root program which provides once-a-month outdoor education to third-grade students of Inyo County. The most recent program ESIA delivered was on seed dispersal and this was featured in the December 31st issue of The Inyo Register. Thank you everyone at The Inyo Register for sharing information on this important program and some facts on seed dispersal as well. Read the article.

The Inyo Register: A series of adventure with ESIA

The fifth annual Winter Adventure Series, hosted by ESIA and supported by The Town of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Lakes Recreation, and funding from Measure U, was featured in the December 28th issue of The Inyo Register. Thanks to everyone at The Inyo Register for helping us spread the word of this diverse lineup of presenters each Thursday evening in Mammoth Lakes, January through February. Read the article.

ESIA Announces 5th Annual Winter Adventure Series in Mammoth Lakes

Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA) is hosting the fifth annual Winter Adventure Series in Mammoth Lakes, January through February 2020. The Winter Adventure Series seeks to educate, motivate, and inspire attendees to explore the Eastern Sierra through presentations and films by professional athletes, photographers, filmmakers, scientists, and outdoor adventurists. The series is supported by The Town of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Lakes Recreation, and funding from Measure U. This year features a diverse collection of speakers, including a Sage-grouse photographer, local professional climbers, and exciting outdoor cinematographers. The series runs every Thursday night, January [...]

The Inyo Register: Alabama Hills interpretive hikes shed light on area

The Alabama Hills Interpretive Hikes, led in partnership by ESIA, Bureau of Land Management, and Alabama Hills Stewardship Group, were highlighted in an article within the December 10, 2019 issue of  The Inyo Register. Our thanks to The Inyo Register team for helping us spread the word and educate and inspire people to feel a connection to our public lands. Read the article.

Climbing Rangers Start Patrol of Buttermilks/Tablelands

The Bishop Area Climbers Coalition, Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA), and Friends of the Inyo in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management Bishop Field Office, and the Inyo National Forest have hired two climbing rangers to patrol the increasingly popular climbing and bouldering areas in the Bishop area. The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce, Geraldine C. and Emory M. Ford Foundation, Touchstone Climbing Inc., along with individual organization fundraising events have contributed funds to help support the two climbing ranger positions. The rangers will be focused on the Tablelands, Happys and Sads, the [...]