About Friends of the Inyo
Founded in 1986, Friends of the Inyo is a Bishop, CA-based non-profit organization dedicated to the exploration, preservation and stewardship of the public lands of the Eastern Sierra. Through a combination of outreach and education and wilderness advocacy, the organization has protected hundreds of thousands of acres throughout the Eastern Sierra. This “land of little rain,” nestled between the majestic Sierra Nevada and the enigmatic White-Inyo Mountains, is home to over 35% of California’s native species and some of the most spectacular scenery in the West. The organization works to protect the BLM’s Bodie Hills and does restoration work in BLM wilderness areas to repair damage to ecosystems from illegal off road vehicle use and is currently leading restoration and stewardship trips in and around the region.