Category: Events

A mountain biker leans into a turn on a trail surrounded by green ferns.

Join us from home for the 2022 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Wild & Scenic Film Festival goes virtual Last year, we piloted our first entirely virtual Wild & Scenic Film Festival, a fundraiser for the Mono Basin Outdoor Education Center (OEC) and it was a smashing success. More than 600 people from across…

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Christmas Bird Counts coming up

If you like the holidays, birds, and know how to count, then the Christmas Bird Count (CBC) is for you! The 2021 CBC marks the 122nd year that the National Audubon Society has organized this international community science event. Every…

Sunrise glowing on the horizon beyond a snow covered landscape with Mill Creek in the foreground and Mono Lake in the distance.

Donate for Giving Tuesday

Update: You did it! $30,000 matched for Mono Lake We have met our $30,000 match goal for Giving Tuesday! Thank you so much to everyone who helped us achieve this incredible milestone. You can still help us make this a…

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Results are in for the 40th annual Tioga Pass Run

September 12th began much like any other Sunday. The sun rose from the east, casting its light over Mono Lake and the town of Lee Vining. Birds sang their melodious tunes from the tree tops, and a pleasant breeze blew,…

Mono Lake Committee staffer standing with their back to Mono Lake talking to a tour group, tufa and scattered clouds are in the background.

South Tufa tours offered daily

The Mono Lake Committee continues our decades-long tradition of offering South Tufa tours this summer! Join us on your next trip to Mono Lake where a guide will introduce to you to the natural and human history of the Mono Basin. You’ll explore the fascinating geology of the…

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Manzanar Diverted screening a success

The film tour of Manzanar Diverted: When Water Becomes Dust kicked off in Lee Vining last week on Wednesday before continuing south, following the Los Angeles aqueduct to Bishop, Big Pine, and ending in Lone Pine on the weekend. The…