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During and After this holiday season, know the Symptoms of COVID-19

The United States population is equivalent to 4.25% of the total world population. The U.S.A. ranks number 3 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population. According to the World Health Organization (WHO): COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization. There is considerable […]

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Eastern Sierra Land Trust Secures Conservation Easement for Historic Hunewill Ranch

Agreement permanently conserves 4,100 acres and over 6 miles of rivers and streams in Bridgeport Valley, Mono County, California Garnering the support of local, state, and federal agencies over the course of years, the not-for-profit Eastern Sierra Land Trust (ESLT) secured a conservation easement in perpetuity for the historic Hunewill Ranch (est. 1861). As a […]

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Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra Announces Leadership Evolution

Copeland will focus on veterans’ initiatives as Beardsley takes helm of local organization (Mammoth Lakes, CA – October 6, 2020) The Board of Directors of Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra (DSES) is proud to announce key leadership changes within the organization. This fall, Laura Beardsley will step into the role of Executive Director following several years […]

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Another Layer of Protection for ESLT’s Black Lake Preserve

Follow Highway 120 northwest from Benton and you’ll enter Adobe Valley. There, distant mountain peaks frame wide expanses of fragrant, blooming sagebrush. Native Americans once used this valley as a trading and hunting route, traversing vast fields where wildlife like pronghorn, pygmy rabbits, and more abound. Crowds of Bi-State sage-grouse once gathered here in traditional […]

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Bureau of Land Management Seeks Public Input on Alabama Hills Management Plan

BISHOP, California. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public input for the future management of the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine in Inyo County. Today’s release of an environmental assessment lays out three proposed alternatives and begins a 30-day public review period that ends on August 7, 2020. Set between the jagged […]

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