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Sustainability. Quality of Life.

Stewardship. Public Benefit.

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CLIMATE

A recreation-focused Adaptation Planning and Practices Training Series is being offered, free of charge, in seven virtual 1-hour sessions.

This unique opportunity provides hands-on training in considering climate change information and identifying adaptation actions for outdoor recreation management. Participants will receive coaching and feedback on their own real-world climate adaptation project throughout the course.

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TRAILS

Listen to #TrailChampion​ Dave Jacobson, Outdoor Recreation Planner for the BLM in Cedar City, Utah discuss the value of purpose built trails. Partnerships have proven to be the key to success for this community effort.

IMBA's Trail Champions series seeks to give voice to the people that work behind the scenes to provide the great trail experiences that we all enjoy and highlight the incredible progress trail stewards are achieving in their communities.

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WATER

In 2018, after Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) indicated new leases for ranchers in Long Valley would include little to no irrigation water, the Sierra Club and Mono County filed a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles. This week LADWP was ordered to continue providing historic quantities of irrigation water. This ruling protects outdoor recreation in these important watersheds.

Keep Long Valley Green

SUSTAINABLE RECREATION

New Trails in Mammoth Lakes Basin

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MLR is pleased to announce that the Mammoth Lakes Trail System will be implementing the construction of new system trails in the Lakes Basin this summer.

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PUBLIC LANDS

Haaland to Lead Interior Department

Deb Haaland has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate, becoming the first Native American Cabinet secretary in U.S. history. The agency manages over 500 million acres of public land and government-to-government relations between the U.S. and Native American tribes.

GREAT AMERICAN OUTDOORS ACT

Projects Move Forward

Giving new opportunity for major investments in recreation infrastructure, public lands access, and land/water conservation, GAOA project selections have been made for 2021. See what projects made are moving forward and what projects are being proposed for 2022.

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NEW SURVEY

Shady Rest Inyo Craters Trail Planning

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