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NEWS FROM THE

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Sustainability. Quality of Life.

Stewardship. Public Benefit.

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NPS APP

In case you missed it, the National Park Service launched a one-stop-shop app

(Android/Apple). New information added daily. Features include accessibility information, lodging reservations, hikes, audio tours, and maps available to download for offline use.

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PUBLIC LANDS

In a January News Release, Colorado College shared the State of the Rockies Project Conservation in the West Poll. The survey polled registered voters in eight western states with questions concerning conservation, public lands, energy, water, wildlife, and wildfire.

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TRAVEL PLANS?

Glimpses and hope of a (new) normal are making their way into many minds. With this, adventures and travel and plans to visit National Parks take shape. As you plan your next outing, here are some tips from the National Parks Conservation Association

RECREATION

Curl with Mammoth Brewing

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Who doesn't love getting on the ice and hurling a 44-pound piece of granite toward a target?!?! Each year the Mammoth Ice Rink - soon to be Community Recreation Center - has seen a steady growth in the number people coming out to curl whether in leagues, drop-in play or instructional sessions.

This week Mammoth Lakes Recreation wants to give a huge shout out to Mammoth Brewing Company (MBC) for their sponsorship of the Mammoth Lakes Curling League. Even though the league had to be postponed this year, their continued support allowed the TOML Parks and Recreation department to purchase an extra set of stones for use during open play. Watch out for the 2020 League Champs, "The Brewers", next season - Well done MBC!!
SUSTAINABLE RECREATION

New Trail Planning Project

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In 2020, TOML applied for and was awarded a three-year planning grant from the California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Division Grant Program for the Shady Rest Inyo Craters (SRIC) area. The funds are for on-the-ground planning and environmental review (NEPA/CEQA) to optimize existing OHV trail facilities and to consider enhanced opportunities for trails and sustainable recreation in the project area.
The Mammoth Lakes Trail System is seeking input as planning takes place and concepts are developed. Join the conversation 3/25 at the Mammoth Trails Community Meeting. Learn more about the project, view meeting details and complete a project-specific survey at www.MammothLakesRecreation.org/SRIC

ENVIRONMENT
589 Days Worth of Litter
Meet Edgar McGregor, a 20-year-old climate activist who spent 589 consecutive days picking up litter at one of Los Angeles County's most popular hiking spots, Eaton Canyon. Rain or shine he returned everyday until the job was done.

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RESULTS ARE IN!

Thank you for participating in the Mammoth Lakes & Mono County Trail User Survey. Your time and input are appreciated!

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