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The Mono Lake Committee’s 2018 Annual Report

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018 by Arya, Communications Director
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The Mono Lake Committee’s 2018 Annual Report is now available!

2018 Mono Lake Committee Annual Report cover

The 2018 Mono Lake Committee Annual Report is now available! Cover photo courtesy of Richard Erb.

The report is full of photos of the Mono Lake Committee in action in our focus areas of protection, restoration, education, and scientific research. It also has the Committee’s (more…)

Today only, get a free Mono Lake calendar with a $50 purchase

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 by Lily, Information Center & Bookstore Manager
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Today only when you shop our online store for unique holiday gifts, get a free 2019 Mono Lake calendar with any purchase over $50—no promo code is necessary.

Your free calendar won’t appear on your online receipt, but don’t worry, it will be added to your order here at the office. As always, 100% of the proceeds from your order will benefit the Mono Lake Committee, and go towards protection, restoration, and education programs at Mono Lake.

Not finding what you’re looking for in our store? Your Amazon purchases can still benefit the Mono Lake Committee. Make sure to follow this link to direct 5% of your purchase towards protecting and restoring the Mono Basin (that’s right—5%!).

Christmas Bird Counts are on the horizon!

Sunday, December 9th, 2018 by Nora, Lead Naturalist Guide
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Each winter, tens of thousands of people get together all over the Western Hemisphere and count birds in what is possibly the largest community-science project in the world. The Christmas Bird Count, or CBC, has been going on for 118 years—the 2018–2019 season is the 119th CBC!

Rough-legged Hawks are typically only in Mono County during the winter months, and they blend right in with the patchy snow. Photo by Nora Livingston.

Last year, people tallied over 56 million individual birds during the count window. These counts help show trends in bird populations (more…)

Mono Lake Committee staff gift guide

Friday, December 7th, 2018 by Lily, Information Center & Bookstore Manager
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Still looking for the last few holiday gifts on your list? Our helpful staff have put together this handy guide to our favorite things available in our online store. As always, 100% of any purchase made through our website supports our work to protect and restore Mono Lake!

Maureen’s daughters Sadie and Norah love the kids’ vintage Mono Lake hoodie!

Kids’ vintage Mono Lake hoodie
My daughter Sadie loves wearing her favorite lake on this comfy sweatshirt, especially when (more…)

Notes from the Mono Lake Committee’s 40th anniversary guestbook

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 by Andrew, Digital Engagement Coordinator
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This year, to commemorate the Mono Lake Committee’s 40 years of protection, restoration, and education work in the Mono Basin, we created a guestbook for visitors to sign in the Information Center & Bookstore. Visitors from around the world signed their names and shared their favorite Mono Lake moments. In fact, visitors from 21 countries, 24 US states, and 139 different cities signed the guestbook this summer.

Be sure to sign the guestbook and share your favorite Mono Lake moment the next time you’re in Lee Vining.

Reading through each entry, it’s clear how much Mono Lake has made an impact on all who have visited. One visitor wrote about (more…)

Learn more about the Bodie Hills, just north of Mono Lake

Monday, December 3rd, 2018 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
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The Bodie Hills form the northern boundary of the Mono Lake watershed—they’re full of wildlife like pronghorn and Greater Sage-Grouse, old mining sites including the ghost town of Bodie, and wide open spaces. The Bodie Hills Conservation Partnership is working to get this incredible place protected—take five minutes to enjoy aerial views and learn more in this video:

Mono Lake winter field seminar registration now open for non-members

Saturday, December 1st, 2018 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
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Registration is now open to non-members for the three winter field seminars taking place in January and February. With a beautiful new layer of snow in the Mono Basin, this is shaping up to be a good winter so far.

A winter sunrise at South Tufa, captured last January during the winter photography seminar. Photo courtesy of Cindy Lee Hoover.

Space is still available in all three seminars, but reserve your spot soon if you’d like to join us. A field seminar also makes a wonderful gift—if the holidays sneak up on you and you need a last-minute gift, consider a seminar—no shipping required!

The winter seminars include (more…)

Giving Tuesday at Mono Lake

Tuesday, November 27th, 2018 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
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We are astounded.

Just as every drop of water helps Mono Lake rise, donations of any size help keep the Mono Lake Committee’s work going strong.

In an incredible outpouring of support, you helped us reach our Giving Tuesday fundraising goal. Together with our challenge-match we’ve already raised $13,000 for Mono Lake.

If you haven’t had a chance to give today, it’s not too late to add your drop!

Sunrise at Mono Lake this morning. Photo by Andrew Youssef.

Thank you—for stepping up, pitching in, joining us for sunrise, sharing your love of Mono Lake, and for supporting protection, restoration, education, and science at Mono Lake with your donation too.

Weekend South Tufa tours continuing through winter

Saturday, November 24th, 2018 by Andrew, Digital Engagement Coordinator
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Are you interested in learning more about Mono Lake on your next visit? This year we are offering free guided South Tufa tours every Saturday and Sunday at 1:00pm through the winter in partnership with the Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve. It’s easy to reserve your spot online for tours through the end of March using our new, mobile-friendly registration website.

Free guided South Tufa tours will continue through the winter on weekends at 1:00pm. Reserve your spot online today! Photo by Andrew Youssef.

Come explore the enchanting South Tufa area with an expert naturalist to learn more about the (more…)

Feeling thankful at Mono Lake

Thursday, November 22nd, 2018 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
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On Thanksgiving Day, we are thankful for your faithful support in shown in so many ways: visits to our Lee Vining headquarters, emails asking about our work, purchases in the bookstore, views of our website, phone calls from far away, Facebook and Twitter comments, Instagram photos, generous donations, and most of all—your love for Mono Lake.

The Mono Lake Committee staff looks out at our favorite lake. Photo by Arya Harp.

The Mono Lake Committee staff looks out at our favorite lake. Photo by Arya Harp.

As we celebrate 40 years of protecting and restoring Mono Lake, we look toward the next 40 with your support! Thank you and happy Thanksgiving.

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