A Hiker in the Bristlecone Pine ForestHave you visited the ancient Bristlecone pine groves? Found far up in the White Mountains overlooking the Owens Valley, they’re a breathtaking sight. As some of the oldest living life forms in the world (one has been dated at over 5,000 years), they’re a living symbol of the Eastern Sierra’s legacy, and their roots run deep.

Bristlecone pines stand the test of time. And Bristlecone Donors are people like you who care deeply – they want conservation to stand the test of time, too.

Our Bristlecone Grove Monthly Giving Club gives you an opportunity to support local conservation all year long. As a monthly donor, you’ll magnify your impact on the future of our wild and productive lands. You’ll help make sure that the work we do together will last for generations.

Joining our Bristlecone Grove is simple and secure: you can do so online by clicking the button below and selecting ‘Recurring Donation.’

Join the Bristlecone Grove Monthly Giving Club

By signing up, your credit card will automatically be charged each month for whatever amount you choose, starting at just $5. And it’s easy to change or cancel your donation at any time; just give us a call or send us a message.

As a Bristlecone donor, we’ll provide you with updates on how your gift is putting conservation in action, and you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to lead the way.

“Conservation in the Eastern Sierra is important to me – but it’s all too easy to lose track and forget to donate until the end of the year. By signing up for monthly gifts, I don’t even have to think about making a donation. What’s more, I’m supporting a cause I care deeply about all year long. It’s what’s best for the Land Trust, and it’s what’s best for me.”
Linda Anderson, Bristlecone Grove Donor

Bristlecone Grove Club Members

Our thanks go to the following Bristlecone Grove Monthly Giving Club Members – they are supporting local conservation every day of the year, and we so appreciate their generosity.

  • Anonyomous (3)
  • Linda Anderson
  • Janet Barth
  • Fred Beck
  • Donna and Dale Beeson
  • John Billesdon and Carole Newton Gordon
  • Thomas Boo and Heleen M. Welvaart
  • Michelle Browner
  • Penny and Paul Burdeno
  • John Camphouse and Kathleen Strickman
  • Linda Chaloupsky
  • Christine Champe
  • Harry and Katherine Cheney
  • Laura Crane and Ken Layne
  • Chris and Alexandra DeFaria
  • Jamie Della
  • Eastside Edge, Kent Frates
  • Linda and Larry Emerson
  • Diane Frates
  • Frances Hunt* and Ann Strohm
  • A. Dale Johnson
  • Randy Keller* and Mary Glenn*
  • Alvin and Susan Lapp
  • Barbara Lezon
  • Marguerite Merritt
  • Tim Messick
  • Constance Millar and Jeffrey Wyneken
  • John Moore
  • Kay Ogden* and Jeff Boone
  • Marie Patrick* and Michael Lofthus
  • Jane and David Richardson
  • Robin Roberts
  • Heather Songster
  • Sara Reeder Robinson
  • Margaret Songster and Terry Oden
  • Tony* and Sherryl Taylor
  • Mitchell Frank Van Hecke
  • Janet Westbrook
  • Polly Wheaton
  • Rob and Jennie Winterburn

* indicates ESLT board member, committee member or staff

Ancient Bristlecone Pine Tree