A close up of yellow wildflowers overlooking the teal waters of Mono Lake on a cloudy day.

Category: Events

Category Events

Earth Day 2021: “Restore our Earth”

Every year the recognition and celebration of Earth Day seems to become increasingly more important. This year the theme of Earth Day is “Restore our Earth,” which echoes the Mono Lake Committee’s mission of protection, restoration, and education. While Earth…
Five people standing in a grassy field adjacent to Mono Lake looking out toward the lake with binoculars at birds flying in the sky and the Sierra Nevada in the distance.

Coming this spring: Virtual seminars

The Field Seminar team is excited to present a selection of virtual seminars coming up this spring. Join me, the Mono Lake Committee’s Lead Naturalist Guide, to learn about the essentials of ornithology (the study of birds) from the comfort of your own…
8 hikers with colorful packs and poles walk along a dirt narrow path on a grassy hill towards snowcapped mountains.

Join us from home for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival

This year, for the first time, you can join us for the Mono Lake Committee’s tenth annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival from anywhere with an internet connection and tickets are now on sale through our partner Qudio! We will…
A person wearing a face mask holds a trash bag and some recycling in front of a table set up for a trash-collecting event.

Community comes together to clean up the Mono Basin

Last week across the Eastern Sierra, locals participated in the Facelift “Act Local” Cleanup to pick up garbage left by many visitors to the area during an unusually busy summer. The Mono Lake Committee joined California State Parks and the DeChambeau Creek Foundation to…
A pink and blue sunset fills the sky and is reflected in the glassy waters of Mono Lake. Small pieces of tufa poke out of the water and eventually lead to a group of tufa towers in the center.

Calling Mono Lake photographers

Submitting images for consideration for the Mono Lake Calendar has never been easier, so if you have a beautiful shot of Mono Lake, we’d love to see it! Now is the time—the deadline is Saturday, October 31, 2020, and you can find submission information…