Hot of the press – ESLT Spring 2010 Newsletter. Read it here >>

The ESLT Garden Makes Community Connections

Image of Front Page of Spring NewsletterWhat can a garden space offer? It offers a place for birds, wildlife and pollinators to feed and live. It offers a place for gardeners to grow delicious food. It offers an attractive place for community members to host meetings and gather. It offers a place of learning for local youth to discover the joy of being in a garden. It offers the opportunity to reinforce community bonds between local lands and food production . . .


ESLT is also excited to announce our Garden Share project:

Matching gardeners with landowners in the Eastern Sierra

Do you want to garden but don’t have a place to garden? Do you have a piece of land that you’d like to see have a productive garden?

Join the Garden Share project! We are matching landowners (with garden space) to gardeners (who need a space) in Inyo and Mono Counties.

Click here to download an application and find out more information.

Serena with her Fall Harvest from the ESLT garden.

My summer harvest of vegetables from my plot in the ESLT garden. Not having a place to garden at home, I enjoy gardening at my plot at work.

Stop by our table at the Banff Film Festival to enter our free drawing to win a basket of garden starts and seeds!