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Sustainability. Quality of Life.

Stewardship. Public Benefit.

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E-BIKES

The Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstarter for the Environment (E-BIKE) Act has been introduced to the House of Representatives offering a fully refundable, 30% relief of the cost of a new e-bike.

Send a letter or thank you note to your representative to co-sponsor the bill.

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NPS APP

The National Park Service has launched a one-stop-shop app

(Android/Apple). Each park continues to add more information daily. Features include accessibility information, lodging reservations, hike suggestions, audio tours, and maps available to download for offline use.

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WATER & POWER

The "LADWP in the Eastern Sierra" website provides information about LADWP operations, projects and programs in the Eastern Sierra. Residents, customers and visitors have access to news, facility and land updates as well as information for Owens Valley electric customers.

MUNICIPAL RECREATION

Community Recreation Center

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A new Community Recreation Center is coming to Mammoth Lakes! The 40,000+ square foot arena will house an olympic-sized ice rink during winter and transform into the RecZone as the home of the Parks and Recreation Department Summer programs & camps.
SUSTAINABLE RECREATION

Building Community Through Trails

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) is developing a Connected Communities Trails Master Plan. The process allows residents to collaborate with land managers and local government officials on a long-range vision for building and maintaining a world-class recreational resource on public land based on the needs of the community.
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Watch the premier of their new short film, "A Trail for Everyone", about Connected Communities, the proposed “Lost Sierra Route” and the positive impact of linking 15 California mountain communities through trails. The film sheds light on the economic hardships in the Lost Sierra and the movement that SBTS is creating to support these communities and help them thrive through multi-use recreation.
New River Gorge
NATIONAL PARKS

America's 63rd National Park!

Almost 60 years after the first intent to protect the New River Gorge, the National Park Service has officially designated the area as the 63rd National Park in the United States. The New River, which may actually be the second oldest river in the world, and surrounding canyon offer a mecca of outdoor recreation opportunities. On any given day, you will find kayakers, white-water rafters, rock climbers, mountain bikers, BASE jumpers and more.
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