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July 7, 2021


Sustainability. Quality of Life.

Stewardship. Public Benefit.

Engage with the Town of Mammoth Lakes to identify a solution to provide consistent public transit service to the Old Mammoth neighborhood. The Town is currently proposing to develop a bus turnaround at the intersection of Old Mammoth Road and Woodmen Street, with the goal of expanding transit opportunities in the Old Mammoth neighborhood. Click HERE for project information and to take the survey.
Each week we seem to highlight a new webinar presented by American Trails that provides, relevant and useful knowledge to outdoor recreation professionals and those looking to enter the field. American Trails has compiled all of the past webinars over the last year and made them available for FREE. Click HERE to download the past webinars, and while you're there, check out the rest of the website for other great information!
Devils Postpile National Monument is seeking public comment on proposed Wastewater Treatment System Replacement. This project will test percolation rates for and install a new leachfield, septic tanks, plus associated piping for the wastewater system serving the visitor center & administrative areas of the park, accessible day-use facilities & seasonal vault toilets.
Comment are accepted through JULY 7, 2021.

Camp Like a PRO

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Do you know how to Camp Like a PRO? How about Poo Like a PRO? Read more about the new dispersed camping resources and download the app today!

Tahoe Seeks Unified Vision

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Initially formed under the Environmental Improvement Program, the Lake Tahoe Sustainable Recreation and Tourism Partnership has grown and evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic to better respond to and prepare for high use and visitation at recreation sites across the Tahoe region.
On February 25, 2021, over 65 public and private executive level partners came together for an important dialogue: being more intentional about how the region wants to present Tahoe, what expectations we will hold out to those who come here, and how to tackle systemic challenges the region is facing in visitor management.
That workshop identified near and long term priorities for the partnership as well as a potential organizational structure. A full summary of the workshop can be found here.
One key piece of the puzzle: workshop participants identified a need to establish a shared vision of Tahoe’s tourism and outdoor recreation future.
The Partnership released a request for proposal (RFP) on June 14 to solicit the professional services of leading visitor and destination management consultants to develop a shared vision and implementation roadmap for Tahoe’s future. The RFP is open until July 6 with an anticipated award of contract on July 16.
Source: Tahoe Sustainable Recreation & Tourism E-Newsletter, June 25, 2021

Summer Trail Challenge

The Mammoth Challenge is on! The good folks at have created the Mammoth Lakes Trail Challenge: Summer 60 to get you out and about - on the lesser known trails of the area. Check out the website for the specially curated list of local trails to have fun and beat the crowds. Join Now!
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A Unique Crossing

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Rather than demolishing the section Interstate 80 that spans the Mississippi River connecting Illinois and Iowa, a local advocate has proposed to repurpose it and turn it into a National Park. The 55-year old bridge that has provided safe passage to vehicles, could become a pedestrian and wildlife bridge, bringing new opportunities and tourism to stagnant parts of the city. As we look to find ways to keep our animals safe and humans recreating across Highway 395, this will be one to keep an eye on!
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Sign Up for Wednesdays & Weekends with the Mammoth Lakes Trail System! Join the Trails Manager and Trail Crew to design and build trail, install new signage, perform trail maintenance and most importantly - HAVE FUN 😁
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Woodman St. / Old Mammoth Road Bus Turn-Around Transit Survey

The Mammoth Promise: Protect our Beloved Landscape

Tahoe Regional Trails Plan Survey

05/28 - 09/06 - MLR Photo Fishing Derby

Weekly: Elevate Mammoth - Outdoor Yoga Series

07/07 - 07/10 - Manzanar Diverted : When Water Becomes Dust
7th - 7:30pm, Solar Pavilion, Lee Vining
8th - 7:30pm, Tri-County Fairgrounds, Bishop
9th - 6:30pm, Alan Spoonhunter Memorial Gymnasium, Big Pine
10th 7:00pm, Tribal Gym, Lone Pine

07/07 - 07/31 - Nevada Regional Trails Training Program - Various Topics

07/12 - 07/18 - National Forest Week

07/14 - TOML Planning & Economic Development Commission Meeting: Proposed Woodmen St - Old Mammoth Rd Bus Turnaround

07/24 - Friends of the Inyo: Rock Creek Lakes Clean-Up

07/27 - CA Natural Resources Agency: Advancing 30x30 and Protecting Biodiversity

08/18 - Town of Mammoth Lakes Town Council Meeting: Proposed Woodmen St - Old Mammoth Rd Bus Turnaround

Mammoth Lakes Community Chipping Program

Eastern Sierra Climate & Communities Resilience Project

Volunteer Eastern Sierra Community Event Calendar

"Camp Like A PRO" Information & Mono County Interactive Camping Map

Summer of Trail Days - Volunteer with the Mammoth Lakes Trail System


TOML Parks & Recreation Facilities Updates

California Smoke Spotter App
NEWS Mono County Host Rural County Representatives of California

Headwaters Economics: The Future of the Outdoor Recreation Economy

Los Angeles Daily News: Where Did Sierra Snow Go This Spring? Not Into California Rivers & Water Supplies 1,300 Trail Projects Can Put Americans to Work

Sierra Nevada Ally: Once Declared Extinct, Owens Pupfish Finds Fresh Hope in Long-Awaited New Habitat Secretary Haaland Promotes Outdoor Recreation, Designates Ten New National Recreation Trails

PRNewswire: The INVEST in America Act of 2021 is a Major Step Forward for Active Transportation

Mono County: Trail Steward

CA Climate Action Corps: AmeriCorps Fellow
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