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Celebrate National Public Lands Day on Inyo National Forest this Saturday, September 23

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Celebrate National Public Lands Day on Inyo National Forest this Saturday, September 23

BISHOP, Calif., September 19, 2023 — Visitor service and recreation employees on the Mount Whitney and Mono Lake Ranger Districts are happy to announce two special events in celebration of the 30th Annual National Public Lands Day:

Mono Basin Scenic Area Visitor Center, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Join Inyo National Forest staff and many of its conservation partners in volunteer projects or special interpretive events around the Visitor Center all day. Fun and learning for all ages!

For details see the attached flyer, or visit: www.fs.usda.gov/inyo/goto/Inyo/News&Events/Interpretation

Golden Trout Lakes Trail maintenance in Onion Valley, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Join Inyo National Forest staff and partners with Friends of the Inyo to partake in re-benching trail tread, moving large rocks, clearing drainages, disguising social trails and more. Visit the Friends of the Inyo website to register: friendsoftheinyo.org/event/national-public-lands-day-volunteer-stewardship-event-golden-trout-lakes-trail-onion-valley/

National Public Lands Day (NPLD) fosters a strong connection between people and the environment, educating and cultivating environmental stewards. It’s also a Fee-Free Day where entrance fees are waived at national parks and public lands. With support from federal and state agencies, corporate sponsors, and nonprofits, NPLD ensures resilient natural spaces for generations to come, encouraging volunteering and environmental engagement.

Questions? Contact one of our Visitor Centers

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