ESLT: This Evening! Join Our Paddle Raise and Protect Eastern Sierra Land

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21st Anniversary Lands & Legacy Celebration

This evening, we’re celebrating 21,000 acres protected in 21 years! Our Paddle Raise is at 6:00 pm (PST), and we would love to see you there.

Matt Lee-Ashley, Chief of Staff for the White House Council on Environmental Quality, is our special guest speaker for the evening. Matt, a climate leader with extensive multi-agency experience, will discuss the role of land trusts in the future of California conservation, and the steps required to meet the state’s 30×30 goals.

The Sierra Nevada region contains much of California’s most spectacular undeveloped land and wildlife habitat. ESLT is leading regional efforts to advance California toward its commitment to protect thirty percent of the state’s land and coastal waters by 2030.

Together with you, we can keep the Eastern Sierra at the forefront of California conservation, and secure a shared vision for the future of our state. To join us this evening, please use the Zoom link provided below.

Join the Paddle Raise at 6:00 pm (PST) This Evening
Meeting ID: 812 7242 0743


We are excited to announce that this evening during the Paddle Raise, your donations will be doubled thanks to a generous $21,000 matching gift from an anonymous ESLT member who wanted to honor the protection of 21,000 acres in 21 years!
With every gift today, you will accelerate conservation when and where it’s needed like never before. Lift your paddle high knowing that every gift moves us closer to protecting the thousands of acres of critical lands in our land project queue. You will be saving these amazing places for generations to come.

Join the Paddle Raise Directly

Thanks to Dwayne Leonard for the photos used in this email.

(From Eastern Sierra Land Trust)

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