The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the National Park Service (NPS), and the US Forest Service are attending Bishop Mule Days to share the opportunities that federal lands offer for residents and visitors.
One of the many attractions of Bishop, the Eastern Sierra, and the environs is the multitude of recreational opportunities on public land that attract visitors worldwide.
Employees from the Bishop Field Office, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Death Valley National Park, and Inyo National Forest will be staffing booths at the fair grounds to highlight some of the special features of these lands. Among the activities:
Come visit the booths at the fairgrounds to learn a little more about your public lands and the opportunities they provide, including family friendly activities such as picnicking, fishing, and short hikes, to encourage children of all ages to explore the great outdoors.
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