September 20: Lakes Basin Clean Up

Series Sponsors: Old New York Deli and Bagel Company, Mammoth Brewing Company, Bleu Handcrafted Foods, KMMT/KHRV Radio, Footloose Sports, and Mammoth Sunrise Rotary

This Event’s Sponsors: Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra, Kittredge Sports and Southern California Edison

Project Description: 100 Volunteer Challenge! You say you want to see 100 volunteers cleaning up the Mammoth Lakes Basin on Saturday, September 20? starting at 8:30 AM? 100 Volunteer Challenge!  And you want a free bagel breakfast from Old New York Deli, free lunch from Bleu Handcrafted Foods, and the best Schwag giveaway in the Eastern Sierra? 100 Volunteer Challenge!  And you want to be part of the 2014 California State Wide Great Sierra River Cleanup up Day? 100 Volunteer Challenge!  Well alrighty then! Please join Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra, Kittredge Sports, Southern California Edison, Friends of the Inyo and MLTPA for this season’s final day of trail work on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System as we all get together to clean up the Mammoth Lakes Basin! Meet at the Horseshoe Lake parking lot at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, September 20 - all ages are welcome, close-toed shoes and long pants required - please carpool or ride the trolley if possible. Call (760) 873-6500 for details. Special thanks to the Inyo National Forest, Town of Mammoth Lakes, Measure R, Old New York Deli, Mammoth Brewing, Bleu Handcrafted Foods, Footloose Sports, Southern California Edison and Mammoth Sunrise Rotary for keeping everybody well fed and super root beered! What’s that you say? 100 Volunteer Challenge! Alrighty then! We’ll see you Saturday morning September 20 at 8:30 at Horseshoe Lake – and thanks for making 2014 the best Summer of Stewardship Trail Days Season Ever!

  • When: Saturday, September 20, 8:30 a.m.
  • Where: Horsehoe Lake Parking Lot
  • What: Summer of Stewardship Trail Days 2014 Event #6 – Lakes Basin Clean Up
  • Who: Volunteers of all ages and abilities are welcome! Please dress for trail work: sturdy, close-toed shoes, hat, and long pants. Gloves and tools provided.


  • 47 volunteers 
  • 5 lakes visited
  • Approx. 7-8 miles of lake shore and trail patrolled
  • Approx. 1200 lbs of trash removed
  • Approx. 155 lbs of recycling and scrap metal removed
  • Good Times Had By All - !


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