Mono Lake Newsletter

Articles From the Spring 1999
Mono Lake Newsletter

Click here for the Spring 1999 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format.

This issue’s cover photo takes us down to Mono’s shore, where the promise of spring hangs in the air. In fact, nary a snowflake is in sight as we complete this issue of the Newsletter—though we know that we’ll be seeing more before the warm days of summer truly arrive.

Inside you’ll find a close look at the policy issues facing Mono Lake and the Mono Lake Committee in 1999. There’s a map showing their geographic diversity, a discussion revealing their content complexity, and a discussion of how the Committee chooses what to work on. It all starts on page 11.

You’ll also want to read about the post-fire status of Lee Vining High School on page 16, and be sure to take a look at this year’s Field Seminar lineup.

This is the first newsletter in many years to have a team of editors working on it. We’ve both enjoyed working together to create this issue and hope that you find the pages that follow to be the richer for it.

—Geoff McQuilkin & Arya Degenhardt


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Member Corner, by Rebecca Dobert

A Los Angeles Department of Water and Power crew recently removed old concrete evaporation ponds near the lake. The Tufa State Reserve requested the action to restore natural conditions.

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