Remember to breathe. Drink water. Get some fresh air. Call and tell a family member or friend that you love them and are thinking of them.
Dear ESLT family and friends,
I hope this note finds you healthy and doing well, and that you are taking care of yourselves. Our world is changing in so many ways, and so quickly. And it seems like it's changing every few minutes.
And in other ways, things remain the same.
While we closed the ESLT office on Monday, we remain deeply committed to protecting this amazing region. Forever. For us, our kids, our grandkids and their grandkids, and of course for the wildlife that call this land home.
Until further notice, your ESLT staff is all working from home, learning how to stay connected through our computer screens and phones. You can still reach us via email and the office phone number, and we'll do our best to get back to you in a timely manner. Thank you for your patience and ongoing support - we're continuously adjusting to this dynamic situation, and doing our best to help our staff, board of directors, supporters, and community members stay safe while still trying to be connected.
We've cancelled our March events and will keep you updated about our April events. In the meantime, we're hoping to launch some fun and heartwarming online gatherings and webinars. Stay tuned!
We're talking through the challenges together. I think that's one of the biggest things for us to remember right now: we are in this together. And together, we will get through this. We are still here, still doing the important work of protecting land and open space. And we still hope to have some exciting news this summer to share.
Feel free to call or send notes of support, and we'll keep you posted on happenings here in the magical Eastern Sierra. For now, I hope that you can find some time in nature close to your home to replenish your soul and spirit. And remember to breathe...