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Welcome to Earth Day Sierra 2021
April 2021
Virtual Celebration Bishop, California
Again this year we are unable to celebrate Earth Day 2021 in the Bishop City Park. As a way to recognize our past vendors, Rotary Club of Bishop Sunrise is providing
a free virtual Earth Day for the entire month of April. On this page we have highlighted those vendors that have participated in past Rotary Earth Day Celebrations.
We are planning to have the in person Earth Day Celebration in the Bishop City Park in April 2022. 
Interested in being one of our valued virtual vendors?  Email Earth Day Coordinator Jeff Gabriel at
Earth Day Virtual Vendors
Berger Solar Electric (BSE) is a family owned and operated  solar & Electrical company located here in Bishop, CA. We have installed over 150 solar systems in the Owens Valley.
BSE works towards its goal of positively impacting our energy future by focusing on each and every customer's unique energy needs with their choice to go solar. We strive
to install the highest quality and best performing systems, building each as it it were our own & to last for many years to come.   
Community Service Solutions (CSS) is a nonprofit agency with offices in Coleville and Bishop. CSS was established in April of 2002 to assist counties with the implementation of the In-Home Support Services Program, and the mission has since expanded greatly, to include providing CalFresh Healthy Living services in Inyo county. 
Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA) is one of the oldest nonprofits in the region, the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA) was established in 1970 by visionary citizens interested in helping the U.S. Forest Service provide interpretive education relevant to the unique surrounding landscape, sharing with the public the importance of the Sierra public lands. ESIA
became one of the first independent organizations in the United States to operate under a Participating Agreement with the U.S. Forest Service for educational purposes. In 1971 ESIA received its nonprofit 501(c)3 status. Today, ESIA’s ongoing agency partnerships include the Inyo National Forest, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, Tahoe National Forest, Death Valley National Park, Devils Postpile National Monument, Manzanar National Historic Site, and the Bureau of Land Management Bishop Field Office.
ESLT is a nationally accredited land trust, which means we are held to the highest standards for all conservation projects in perpetuity.
These protected places are where people find peace, hope, and harmony. They are dually places that mule deer, Bi-State sage grouse, American badger, and more rely on for food, homes, and migration pathways. ESLT is supported by tax-deductible donations from our visionary members who love the Eastern Sierra with is wide-open scenic views, and homes to wildlife.
We are part of the California Green Business Network, a state-wide certification for businesses committed to conserving resources in the areas of waste, energy, water, pollution prevention and air quality. The program adheres to proven measures that help reduce a business’ impact on the environment. Businesses are recognized for their efforts and rewarded with
marketing resources and recognition.
Authentic buildings, relocated here from their original sites throughout the Owens Valley, are filled with objects of antiquity.  Nearly 50 structures on eleven acres surround you with objects of pioneer life, including the original Slim Princess engine #9.  Travel back in time and experience daily life of early pioneers. 
Bishop Museum & Historical Society dba Laws Railroad Museum & Historical Site is a 501(c)3 non-profit public benefit corporation. 
Take in your surroundings through your senses with sensory opening "invitations" (Activities), no need to think or analyze, just relax and let your natural sense of wonder take you away! Virtual and now "in person" experiences WokNnature is a Covid 19 Health and Safely Certified compliant business in Mono County.