To ensure the priceless legacy of peace, freedom and wildness we inherited perservers for future generations, Friends of the Inyo works to engage the people who live, work and play across Eastern Sierra public lands in meaningful, science-based and collaborative conservation. Here are some of the current happenings in our Preservation program:
After a quarter century of directing management of the Inyo National Forest, the local Forest Service has embarked on a multi-year process to revise the Inyo National Forest Land and Resource Managment Plan. With a focus on public engagement and collaboration, your voice will be critical in helping create a plan to ensure sustinable habitat, watersheds and recreation across the incomparable Inyo National Forest for years to come. Click here to learn more.
A dramiatic and unique landscape worthy of special protection, the sagebrush plateaus, volcanic ramparts and verdant aspen groves of the Bodie Hills rise north of Mono Lake into an ecological bridge connecting the High Sierra to the Great Basin. Please visit www.bodiehills.org to learn more about our efforts as part of the Bodie Hills Conservation Partnership to secure meaningful protection for the Bodies.