INYO350 and community members gathered together in Bishop Saturday morning before heading out for a good Earth Day clean-up.  The group split into multiple cleanup crews with one small group going out to clean up U.S. Highway 6 near the Owens River and Laws Railroad Museum and Historic Site. Others went out to the river along Line Street and others who lived near Chalfant started there before joining participants at the park area behind City Hall. Groups were seen wandering through town and in other areas they felt needed cleaning.  Participants regrouped about noon, filling up a dumpster beyond capacity, plus about a dozen big bags of trash out near Laws.  Many items were recycled when possible. Organizers estimated that the crews  collected well over a ton of trash, and recycled about 5% to 8% of what was collected.  Based on quick counts and the number of folks who bought lunches from Rolling Chef, there were about 60 participants.  Many businesses and groups partnered for the success of the event, including  Bishop Sunrise Rotary Club, Black Sheep Coffee Roasters, Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, Eastern Sierra Land Trust, Friends of the Inyo, Great Basin Bakery, Sierra Club Range of Light Group, The Rolling Chef, and Waste Connections (Bishop Waste and Mammoth Disposal) and INYO350.