Eastern Sierra Broadband
We roam from the southernmost stretches of Inyo County to the northernmost reaches of Mono County in California. That’s from places like the Amargosa Basin to the Bodie Hills.
• Saving the Owens Pupfish and the bistate sage grouse from extinction.
• Supporting the Amargosa Basin National Monument proposal.
• Preventing further degradation of Eastern Sierra valleys and lands caused by groundwater pumping and the exportation of water to Southern California.
• Preserving and restoring habitats, and the wildlife and plant life they support, especially in the Mono Lake Basin and Owens Valley.
• Protecting wilderness and wild lands in the Inyo National Forest.
• Preventing unnecessary minerals explorations and mining extractions on our public lands, such as in the Bodie Hills and on Conglomerate Mesa.
• Appreciating and enjoying the outdoors for what it is.
• Cone crop surveying in the Inyo National Forest for the Western Reforesting Project.
• Postcard writing campaign for the Public Lands Rule proposal from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
• Composing and submitting comments regarding the initial phase of the mature and old-growth forests definition for the US Forest Service.
• Tabled at the Bridgeport, California, 4th of July Festival.
• To partner with the existing conservation and environmental organizations in the Eastern Sierra.
• To increase membership and member participation in the Eastern Sierra Broadband.
• To support other Broadbands in the California Coalition.
• To fix the world’s food system to become less dependent on animal protein.
• To reverse the effects of climate change and prevent mass extinction.
• To obtain an electric vehicle with high clearance, four-wheel drive, and long range for desert and dirt road adventures.