Project Description: “Project Prioritization and Implementation Plan” is the official name of Track 4 of the “Sustainable Recreation and Tourism Initiative”. Members of the Eastern Sierra Sustainable Recreation Partnership (ESSRP) will work collaboratively in facilitated sessions to identify the components of a portfolio of projects eligible for funding via local and “out-of-region” financial opportunities. The portfolio will draw upon project ideas generated through the three companion tracks of the “Sustainable Recreation and Tourism Initiative”: Recreation Stakeholders; Climate Adaptation & Resilience; and Visitor Audience. The “Sustainable Recreation and Tourism Initiative” will then provide technical assistance for the development of eight identified projects from the portfolio for funding applications. The heavy lifting for the “Project Prioritization and Implementation Plan” will get underway in the spring of 2021, so please check back in with this page for complete and timely information and updates. MLTPA is pleased to provide this web page in support of the Eastern Sierra Sustainable Recreation Partnership (ESSRP) and the "Sustainable Recreation and Tourism Initiative."
COVID-19 Update: In person meetings are no longer safe as the pandemic has profoundly affected the gateway communities and counties of the Eastern Sierra, as well as recreation activities and our visitor audience. Efforts in pursuit of the “Project Prioritization and Implementation Plan” will be conducted virtually, with many thanks to the Eastern Sierra's unprecedented open-access broadband network capacity via Digital 395.
Last Updated February 21, 2021
Funding for this project has been provided by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, an agency of the State of California, under the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act of 2018 (Proposition 68) and in support of the Sierra Nevada Watershed Improvement Program.
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