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Sustainability. Quality of Life.

Stewardship. Public Benefit.

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AVALANCHE SAFETY

Join Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center tonight from 6-7:30pm for a FREE "Avalanches 101" training. This is the second in a Virtual Backcountry Travel & Avalanche Education series. Learn more, view past trainings and get the Zoom Link.

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LAST CHANCE!

Mammoth Lakes Trail System is currently conducting a trail user survey. You have until Friday to complete this quick survey. View the recording of the last Mammoth Trails meeting where the next three priority projects were discussed.

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ALABAMA HILLS

The Bureau of Land Management recently released a management plan for the Alabama Hills intended to provide diverse, high-quality recreational opportunities while minimizing user conflicts and recreational impacts. Learn more about the plan HERE.

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LEARN

Winter Preparedness: Know Before You Go

Join REI to discuss how to recreate responsibly and safely this winter with David Yen, REI Outdoor Instructor; David Reichel, Executive Director of the Sierra Avalanche Center; and Dave Polivy, Council Member for the Town of Truckee and owner of Tahoe Mountain Sports.

One of the #RecreateResponsibly guidelines, "Know Before You Go”, will be covered through three major categories of winter preparedness--"get the gear, get the training, and get the forecast." Log on and learn what you need to know about staying safe in winter conditions, what it means to be a good neighbor and more!
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PUBLIC LANDS

Yosemite Re-Opens, Reservations Required

Yosemite National Park has re-opened, via El Portal Road only, after being forced to close for nearly two-weeks due to damaging winds and heavy snowfall. Listen to park ranger and public affairs officer, Jamie Richards talk about conditions in the park.

In order to better mange the continued heavy visitation to the park, day-use reservations will be required beginning February 8, 2021 and continuing until local public health conditions improve. Make reservations at recreation.gov.
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Turning Industrial Mines into Sustainable Recreation

Join American Trails for the next Advancing Trails Webinar Series. This installment, "From Industrial Site to Trail Destination", will dive into two case studies to discuss the challenges, the results and management strategies when rehabilitating former mine sites into safe, sustainable, community-oriented trail projects.
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