Sponsored and initiated by MLTPA, CALREC Vision is working to highlight the essential, multi-benefit role that outdoor recreation plays in California. Access the CALREC Vision white paper and the award winning "California’s Joint Strategy for Sustainable Outdoor Recreation and Wildfire Resilience."
Since 2021, MLTPA has served as the convener of the Recreate Responsibly California Coalition, a state-wide focused alliance of recreation partners of the national Recreate Responsibly Coalition. The Coalition meets monthly. Click above to learn more and to connect with Recreate Responsibly California.
MLTPA convenes the Eastern Sierra Sustainable Recreation Partnership, known as the ESSRP, a public-public partnership of regional land managers and government agencies in the Eastern Sierra. The ESSRP meets monthly. Click above to learn more about the ESSRP's members, goals, and projects.
MLTPA administered and staffed the Sustainable Recreation and Tourism Initiative, the SRTI, on behalf of the Eastern Sierra Sustainable Recreation Partnership, the ESSRP, from 2019 to 2022. Click above to access the four deliverables that the SRTI created to benefit the Eastern Sierra region.
As a partner and subconsultant to Alta Planning + Design, MLTPA assists with regional stakeholder outreach, GIS and mapping, and ongoing project support for the Eastern Sierra Council of Government's Towns to Trails Planning project. Click above to learn more and connect with the Towns to Trails project.
MLTPA serves as a partner and subconsultant to Alta Planning + Design on the Eastern Sierra Council of Government's Buttermilk Infrastructure and Recreation Planning Initiative, aka the BIRPI. Click above to learn more and get involved with the BIRPI planning effort taking place in Inyo County.
MLTPA is working with Quantified Ventures, the Inyo National Forest, and the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region to renovate the Inyo National Forest's campgrounds using an innovative finance approach. Click above to access the Inyo National Forest Campground Business Plan and to learn more.
Along with its efforts to convene and support the Eastern Sierra Sustainable Recreation Partnership, the ESSRP, MLTPA has engaged six units of the National Park Service through a Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance grant to determine their willingness to join the ESSRP.
MLTPA sponsored, facilitated, and convened the Eastern Sierra Recreation Collaborative, the ESRC, a regional forum for recreation stakeholders that contributed to the Inyo National Forest Management Plan Revision. View the strategic documents produced by stakeholders that informed the final plan.
Last Updated June 18, 2023