Category: Events

2024 Andrea Lawrence Award to Ryan Carle

On May 16th community members, friends, and family of Andrea Mead Lawrence gathered at Mammoth Mountain’s Parallax Restaurant to celebrate the annual presentation of the Andrea Lawrence Award celebrating passionate engagement with community and the land. This year the award…

Tioga Pass run registration is open

Although we are still waiting for Highway 120 West to open between Lee Vining and Yosemite National Park, everyone here at the Mono Lake Committee is already dreaming of the adventures we’ll have in the high country this summer. One…

An incredible Giving Tuesday for Mono Lake

Thanks to the support of more than 450 members and supporters, we achieved our goal of raising $50,000 to be matched for Mono Lake. That’s the biggest match we’ve ever had for Giving Tuesday! In total, you helped us break…

Your gift is doubled for Giving Tuesday

It has been an extraordinary year, and right now we have an extraordinary opportunity for Giving Tuesday.   All gifts made through tomorrow, November 28, will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $50,000, thanks to the generosity of a longtime…

Walker Lake Rehydration Celebration a great success

The Walker Lake Working Group’s Rehydration Celebration, held September 23rd, not only acknowledged nature’s generosity in raising Walker Lake 15 vertical feet, but also raised the hopes of those who have been fighting to restore it for more than three…

Results of the 42nd annual Tioga Pass Run

Flowing against the downward current of migrating birds came the wings of sneakered feet up a windy, beautiful canyon road. In the 42nd annual Tioga Pass Run on September 10, 96 people ran up an arduous road in support of…

Celebrate Walker Lake’s rising water

Runoff from last winter’s record snowpack has allowed Walker Lake to rise 15 feet so far this year. While there is still a long way to go before restoration of the lake’s native fishery can begin, it’s time to celebrate! On…

Walker Lake Rehydration Celebration

Runoff from last winter’s record snowpack has allowed Walker Lake to rise 15 feet so far this year. While there is still a long way to go before restoration of the lake’s native fishery can begin, it’s definitely time to…