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6th Annual Owens River Cleanup Last Saturday,had over 100 Volunteers

  Every February volunteers from across the state gathered to pick up trash around Pleasant Valley. More than 100 volunteers showed up last Saturday for the sixth consecutive Owens River Annual Clean Up. The event organizer, Chris Leonard, teased that it “Seems like the constant pestering on social media paid off.” Volunteers gathered in the […]

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Inyo County Water Commission Field Trip set for Wednesday

Press release MORE ABOUT WATER IN THE EASTERN SIERRA Inyo County Water Commission Field Trip Wednesday, October 10, 2018 – 9:00 a.m.to 2:30 p.m. The Inyo County Water Commission invites the public to participate in a field trip to learn more about water in the Eastern Sierra and how that most important of natural resources affects […]

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LA River plans dwarf LORP

In recent days, the head of the federal Environmental Protection Agency strolled along the Los Angeles River with Mayor Eric Garcetti. The City wants money from the EPA for a $1 billion project to restore and landscape the LA River. The elaborate project once more makes Inyo County residents feel like the forgotten step child. […]

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Blake Jones Trout Derby

The 45th Annual Blake Jones Trout Derby is just around the corner – slated for Saturday, March 17th at Pleasant Valley Reservoir just north of Bishop.  Since the event lands on Saint Patrick’s Day this year, event organizers are sure that they’ll have good luck putting on the biggest and best derby yet. The Bishop […]

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Big seasonal flow aimed at Lower Owens River

The Lower Owens River does not enjoy year-round, unrestrained water flow. The Department of Water and Power and Inyo County agreed on flows, including what they call seasonal habitat flows which rush higher than the normal 40 cubic feet per second flow. The seasonal flow will start to course down the Lower Owens River Wednesday. […]

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