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Owens Valley Bird Festival flying in April

- Press release Lone Pine, CA – Each year in spring and fall Owens Lake, at the terminus of the Owens River near Lone Pine, CA, supports hundreds of thousands of shorebirds during their annual migrations between continents. Dried by drastic diversions to bring water to the people of Los Angeles, today dust mitigation and […]

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NIH meeting: ‘We have to work together’

By Deb Murphy Wednesday evening’s meeting of the Northern Inyo Hospital board was, literally, standing room only. The board opted to strictly adhere to the 50-person limit on the meeting room on Birch Street; the other approximately 50-55 people in attendance lined a long hallway through a 90-minute report from the district’s auditor, waiting for […]

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Wounded Warriors at Mammoth Mountain

Note: This event happened late last month – please see the Sierra Wave Media video at the end of the story. By Andy Geisel They came from nearby Camp Pendleton, Wounded Warrior Battalion West – Balboa, Agoura Hills, Rialto and Fontana in California, and as far away as Georgia, Washington, Florida, Virginia and even the […]

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Permaculture Design in Lone Pine this Saturday

Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 10 am at the Metabolic Studio IOU Garden, Main St. @ Willow in Lone Pine The Metabolic Studio is hosting Conversations About Water during the Centenary of the Owens River LA Aqueduct. Conversation Number 90, entitled Permaculture Design for Water Scarcity: Drought to Resilience, will feature ancient water harvesting techniques […]

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Organization challenges Adventure Trails in state court

The Center for Biological Diversity and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility on Friday challenged the Adventure Trails System in state court. Ileene Anderson said the organization is challenging the California Environmental Quality Act adequacy of the Environmenal Impact Report and has concerns about the 38 routes that were certified by the Inyo County Board of Supervisors. […]

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Progress on Black Rock 94

By Deb Murphy The Black Rock 94 dispute resolution has taken a few steps forward, but also a step or two back. Originally scheduled for a control burn of approximately 212 acres this winter, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power had to stop short because of high wind predictions. Those predictions proved all […]

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Another view of the Owens River

By Deb Murphy Harry Williams looks at the Owens River with different eyes. Nobody ever told his people that “man has dominion over all the earth.” The relationship between Native Americans and the world they live in is familial. “If we don’t take care of Mother Earth,” he said in a telephone interview yesterday, “she […]

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Mono Behavioral Health offers support, advice

Mono County Behavioral Health Offering help to those affected by the Round Fire 760.924.1740 IF you have lost your house: It is normal to have any or all of the following reactions: Difficulty concentrating or focusing Feeling numb or extremely sensitive or both Difficulty sleeping and/or eating Nightmares Feeling lost Lack of energy Feeling urgent […]

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