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SOUTHERN INYO COUNTY
JANUARY 16 | LONE PINE | 6 - 8 PM
STATHAM HALL, 138 JACKSON STREET
Optional "Introduction to the Initiative" Begins at 5 PM
BRING YOUR IDEAS FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO RECREATION INFRASTRUCTURE
* EVERYONE IS WELCOME *
Light snacks & refreshments will be served.
B.Y.O. plate and cup to reduce the need for single use products!
It’s no secret that Eastern Sierra communities are the gateway to some of the most incredible natural resources and outdoor recreation around. This is one of the things that many of us love about living here and why so many people visit. It is also something that brings unique challenges to the land and our communities.
Your community and region need your help brainstorming ideas that will help make recreation and tourism more sustainable for the people and the land.
Please bring your thoughts about the challenges facing Southern Inyo County along with ideas for improvements to the recreation infrastructure and programs in your community and area.
Feedback will be used to inform a regional strategy for sustainable recreation and tourism in the Eastern Sierra and to inform future projects.
Step 1: Review the meeting agenda
Step 2: Check out the Project Worksheet
*Based on community input, this document will help us consider if proposed projects support sustainable recreation values.
THIS WORKSHOP WILL FOCUS ON SOUTHERN INYO COUNTY
GATEWAY COMMUNITY PUBLIC WORKSHOPS ARE SCHEDULED AT SIX LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT 2020
Please see map and full schedule below!
MAKE SURE WHAT'S IMPORTANT TO YOU GETS HEARD!
Follow the following links for more information...
Funding for this project has been provided by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, an agency of the State of California, under the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act of 2018 (Proposition 68) and in support of the Sierra Nevada Watershed Improvement Program.
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