Eastern Sierra Land Trust: Thank You to Our Community!
Today is National Nonprofit Day and we want to thank all of our supporters and volunteers that make up our incredible community and keep ESLT at the forefront of Eastern Sierra conservation. Our community’s dedication to protecting the land and wildlife of this region is a constant inspiration to our team.
In addition to our upcoming Lands & Legacy Celebration, we are planning exciting ways to get together with our members. Stay tuned for updates in the near future for a walking tour of Conway Ranch, a women in ranching panel, and a driving tour of ESLT’s protected lands.
Our next opportunity to gather in person is this Sunday at ESLT’s Citizen Science BioBlitz. The BioBlitz will be held at the Bishop COSA and starts at 8 am. We would love to see you there!
Paddle Raise Matching Gift
We are excited to announce a very generous matching gift of $21,000 from an anonymous ESLT supporter to honor 21,000 acres of land protected in 21 years!
This outstanding gift will match donations made during the August 25th Paddle Raise up to $21,000 – your donation will double while saving more land in the Eastern Sierra.
If you would like to join us on the 25th, you can register for the Paddle Raise here.
We are thrilled that Matt Lee-Ashley, Chief of Staff for the White House Council on Environmental Quality, will speak at our Paddle Raise this year. Matt will bring important insights regarding the future of conservation in California, and how land trusts like ESLT are an integral part of that vision.
We look forward to raising a glass with you soon!
(From Eastern Sierra Land Trust)