Alabama Hills Volunteer Work Day
Join the Alabama Hills Stewardship Group, and the BLM for a morning of volunteer work in the Alabama Hills.
WHAT VOLUNTEERS WILL DO: We will be performing trail maintenance and vegetation restoration on and near the Mobius Arch Loop Trail
WHEN: Saturday, January 17, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, CA
HOW TO VOLUNTEER: Meet at the corner of Whitney Portal and Movie Roads.
Dress for outdoor work - comfortable sturdy shoes, gloves, hat, sunscreen, water.
BLM will provide tools, trash bags, and drinks.
ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OR NOTES: None, all ages welcome
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Dave Kirk Alabama Hills Steward, firstname.lastname@example.org
BLM to Host Alabama Hills Interpretive Hikes
Release Date: 1/12/15
BLM to Host Alabama Hills Interpretive Hikes on January 17 & 19, 2015
IN THE ALABAMA HILLS
Hosted By The Alabama Hills Stewardship Group and the BLM
Join us for a fun and rewarding day on your public lands
WHEN: Saturday, October 4th, 9am - 12noon
For Immediate Release: September 17, 2014 014 CA-CC-XXXX
Media Contact - Dave Christy (916) 941-3199
Public Invited to Celebrate National Public Lands Day
October 4, Alabama Hills Cleanup
Bishop, CA - The Bishop Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) invites you to celebrate National Public Lands Day. Join your friends on October 4th in the Alabama Hills to volunteer for community-based conservation projects in the eastern Sierra. Or mark the day by visiting public land near you to enjoy your favorite outdoor activity.
Rep. Paul Cook Introduces Bill to Create
Alabama Hills National Scenic Area
WASHINGTON – Last night (Sept 18, 2014), Rep. Paul Cook (R – Apple Valley) introduced H.R. 5573, legislation that would establish the Alabama Hills National Scenic Area (AHNSA). This designation would encompass 18,610 acres of the scenic Alabama Hills and would preserve it for recreational use by the public and future generations. A Bureau of Land Management (BLM) map of the proposed Alabama Hills National Scenic Area can be found here. (Also see below.)
Subject: Your Business is Listed on the National Geographic-Sierra Nevada Geotourism Website
Dear Alabama Hills Stewardship Partnership,
Congratulations! You are featured on the Sierra Nevada Geotourism Web site, www.SierraNevadaGeotourism.org - identified as one of 1,500 favorite places recommended by residents of the Sierra Nevada. Developed by the Sierra Business Council and Sierra Nevada Conservancy in partnership with National Geographic,