The Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA), in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. National Park Service is dedicated to forging strong emotional and intellectual bonds between the Sierra Nevada and the visitors and residents of this broad region. Our work helps people deepen their relationship with this special place and develop a commitment to protecting it. Your gift allows ESIA to educate and inspire people to care for this special region.
Donors like you help ESIA to provide critical interpretive programs for our public land visitors. Your gift also helps support the work of our partner agencies. Your participation makes a difference all across our region. Thank you for caring for the Sierra Nevada.
ESIA is a 501(c)3 organization.
The proceeds support the following projects
Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center outside lighting
Eastern Sierra Interagency Visitor Center native garden
New windows in the Mono Basin Area Scenic Visitor Center
4th Annual Eastern Sierra History Conference
Mono Basin Annual Bird Chautauqua
Winter Adventure Series
Mountain Film on Tour
Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage & Naturalization Ceremony
Owens Lake Bird Festival
Campfire programs in June Lake, Mammoth Lakes & Bridgeport
Brochures & Signs
Devils Postpile National Monument brochure
Shulman Grove brochure
Native Plant Garden signs
Carson City Visitor Guide
Inyo National Forest Jr. Ranger Program
Inyo National Forest Visitor & Campground guides