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Did you miss Mono Lake?

January 6th, 2009 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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Well, the lake didn’t go anywhere of course . . . but the Mono Lake Website did. A server glitch that became a meltdown put us out of service for the past several days. We’ve been working frantically to get everything going again and we’re close. You’ll probably see … more »

Mono Lake Top Ten for 2008 … #1

December 31st, 2008 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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1.You … more »

Mono Lake Top Ten for 2008 … #2

December 30th, 2008 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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2. Restoration stream studies on Rush Creek … more »

Bill McKibben on the Mono Lake Committee

December 30th, 2008 by Geoff, Executive Director
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Bill McKibben, the noted author of a dozen books about the environment and culture, penned the introductory essay to the 2009 Mono Lake Calendar (which is still available for purchase).

With two days to go before we flip the calendar page to January, I reread his words and found they gave me fresh inspiration and excitement for the new year and the promise it holds. Enjoy!

A Place Devoted
The Community of the Mono Lake Committee
By Bill McKibben

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Mono Lake Top Ten for 2008 … #3

December 29th, 2008 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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3. The launch of the new Mono Lake Website … more »

Tundra Swan Phenomenon

December 29th, 2008 by Bartshé, Education Director
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On the second day of Christmas our gift was 562 Tundra Swans that swirled in and took refuge along the west shore of Mono Lake. On December 27 at around 10:00 am holiday traffic marched past on 395, but no one took notice of the … more »

Mono Lake Top Ten from 2008 … #4 The Los Angeles Water Plan

December 28th, 2008 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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4. The Los Angeles Water Plan … more »

Mono Lake Top Ten for 2008 … #5

December 27th, 2008 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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5. The ecosystem marches on … more »

Mono Lake Top Ten for 2008 … #6

December 26th, 2008 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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6. Mono Lake Committee members paid the entire mortgage on the Committee’s Mono Basin Field Station and Annex properties … more »

Mono Lake Top Ten from 2008 … #7

December 25th, 2008 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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7. The Mono Lake Trail and David Gaines Boardwalk project … more »

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