On Saturday, October 22, 2011, ESLT celebrated the preservation of 104 acres in the Round Valley mule deer wildlife migration corridor. We hope you will enjoy these few highlights from the celebration.

ESLT had several interpretive tables to share information. Here, attendees could taste test various apple varieties that grow on the conservation easement.

ESLT's AmeriCorps member Hillary teaches how to peel and slice the apples the old-fashioned way.

ESLT would like to thank our partners, California Department of Fish and Game, and the California Deer Association, for making this conservation easement possible.

Thank you to all who contributed to the feast of food: Great Basin Bakery for sandwiches, Joseph's Bi-Rite Market, Vons, and Gayle Woodruff for her culinary talents and creativity!

Attendees enjoyed a walking tour of the conservation easement, learning about the wildlife migration corridor and apple orchard.

And ESLT would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all our members and supporters, who joined us in celebrating this historic moment, and whose support allows us to continue the important work of preserving the vital lands of the Eastern Sierra.

Did you miss the celebration? Learn more about the Naylon Conservation Easement on our website.