Tioga Pass (Highway 120 through Yosemite National Park) is now closed for the season, due to hazardous driving conditions and snow accumulation at higher elevations. The road will remain closed throughout the winter months until weather conditions permit reopening in the spring. Tioga Pass typically reopens sometime in May or June.
Today for #GivingTuesday, we are fundraising for Eared Grebe surveys at Mono Lake! We had a blast broadcasting live and talking about the Eared Grebe research down at the lake this afternoon. In case you missed it live (skip to 9:00 for the start of the interviews):
All donations made online today will go toward keeping the Eared Grebe research going, so, it’s not too late!
Thank you for supporting Mono Lake this Giving Tuesday! #GivefortheGrebes
Each year printed copies of the Mono Lake Committee Annual Report are sent out to Defense Trust level members and Guardians of the Lake monthly-giving club members, but it is has information that is important to members at all giving levels, friends, anyone who is curious, and the general public. So without further ado, click here to see the Mono Lake Committee 2017 Annual Report.
Did you get a yearbook in high school? The Annual Report feels a little bit like the grown-up version of getting the yearbook … … more »
This year for Black Friday, skip the craziness of the shopping mall and come enjoy the tranquility of Mono Lake.
As fall fades to winter, the air is chilly but invigorating, ice fog descends in the basin in the morning, the mountains are covered in a fresh coat of white, and streamside vegetation is covered in ice. It won’t be long before … more »
This Thanksgiving Day, we are thankful for your generous donations, faithful support, visits to our Lee Vining headquarters, emails asking about our work, views of our website, comments on our Mono-logue posts, phone calls from far away, Facebook and Twitter comments, Instagram photos, and above all, for your love for this place. Together we are standing strong for Mono Lake. Thank you and happy Thanksgiving.
As the holidays draw nearer, shopping in the Mono Lake Committee’s online store is a great way to support our work while also checking some items off your gift list. If you’re not already on our bookstore email list, sign up now to get a code for 10% off, plus special offers throughout the holiday season!
100% of the proceeds from our online store go toward protection, restoration, and education efforts here at Mono Lake; and we offer a selection of Mono Lake Committee-exclusive products that you can’t find anywhere else. You can also support Mono Lake while shopping on Amazon. Follow this link to make sure that 5% of your Amazon purchases benefits the Mono Lake Committee (that’s right—5%!).
Thank you for your continued support, and happy holidays!
This year for #GivingTuesday (November 28) we are fundraising for Eared Grebe surveys at Mono Lake!
First: There is a donation match! All donations made on Giving Tuesday through Facebook will be matched, thanks to Facebook’s charitable giving program. (And they’re not charging fees either.) Click here on Tuesday to #GivefortheGrebes via Facebook!
Then: Mark your calendar to catch our Facebook Live event at 12:30pm On Tuesday, November 28 down at the lake with Geoff, Robbie, and Maureen talking about Eared Grebe research and answering your questions. Tune in … more »
Using a combination of high speed videography, force measurements, scanning electron microscopy, and manipulations of water chemistry he is working toward understanding what makes these flies so unique—research which, on top of being really neat, has implications in the world of multi-factorial data sets and their application to machine learning. And today, the research paper, “Superhydrophobic diving flies (Ephydra hians) and the hypersaline water of Mono Lake,” by Floris van Breugel and Michael H. Dickinson came out! You can find the paper abstract here. … more »
The Mono Lake Committee Information Center & Bookstore will be closed Thanksgiving Day. On Friday we’ll resume our regular hours—open 9:00am to 5:00pm every day.
On Thanksgiving Day, we will be grateful for your generous donations, faithful support, visits to our Lee Vining headquarters, phone calls from far away, and most of all your love for Mono Lake. Thank you and happy Thanksgiving!
Now through November 30, 2017 enter code MONOCHEER15 at the Mono Lake Committee’s online store to get 15% off!
2018 Mono Lake Calendar, The Invention of Nature, handmade ceramic Mono Lake mug, Tree: A Peek-Through Picture Book, vintage Mono Lake hoodie, Being a Beast, bighorn sheep ornament, black bears notecard set, chickadees notecard set.
The online store has a fantastic selection of books, handmade goods, Committee logo items, apparel, games, and ornaments this holiday season. Many items are exclusive to the Mono Lake Committee—you can’t find them anywhere else!
As always, 100% of the proceeds from your purchases supports protection, restoration, and education efforts at Mono Lake. We thank you for your support.
Can’t find what you’re looking for in our store, but still want to support Mono Lake? Use this link when you shop at Amazon. Happy holidays from the Mono Lake Committee!