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Keep up with Mono Lake on social media

January 23rd, 2018 by Andrew, Digital Engagement Coordinator
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Did you know the Mono Lake Committee is active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter? Keep up with Mono Lake year-round on social media to get a glimpse of all four seasons in the Mono Basin, learn more about events at Mono Lake, and hear about all the latest Mono Lake news.

Check out our first-ever year-in-review video and much more on the @Mono Lake Committee Facebook page.

On Facebook (@Mono Lake Committee), you’ll find all of our upcoming events, stunning photos of the Mono Basin throughout the seasons, updates from the Mono-logue, and special live video events. Facebook also now lets you raise money for a cause for your birthday (or just for fun) and you can choose to raise money for the Mono Lake Committee to protect your favorite saline lake.

On Instagram (@monolakeca), you’ll enjoy gorgeous photos of the Mono Basin from Committee staff and visitors. We also hold Instagram photo contests each month, which you can enter to have a chance to have your image featured on our page.

Thank you to all of the generous photographers who allow us to share their beautiful work on our Instagram page. Follow us at @monolakeca for more Mono Lake inspiration.

On Twitter (@Mono_Lake), you’ll see all the latest news from the Mono-logue, updates about upcoming Mono Lake Committee events, and beautiful photos and videos from Mono Lake.

Follow the Committee’s Twitter account (@MonoLake) to keep up with all the latest Mono Lake news.

There’s always something happening at Mono Lake, and following us on social media is a great way to stay informed. We appreciate all our followers, members, and supporters of all kinds—thank you and #LongLiveMonoLake!

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