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Happy New Year from Mono Lake

Welcome, 2023, and Happy New Year to all who love Mono Lake! We rang in the New Year with 16 inches of snow at the Mono Lake Committee Information Center & Bookstore (and there’s more on the way)! Thank you to…

Make a 2022 year-end donation now

To close out 2022 strong we have set ourselves a challenging goal of 750 supporters donating online this month. Will you join these hundreds of supporters and help us reach the goal by making a donation of any amount today?…

2022 Mono Lake Committee Annual Report

The Mono Lake Committee’s 2022 Annual Report is now available online! The report is full of photos of the Mono Lake Committee in action in our focus areas of protection, restoration, education, and scientific research. It also has the Committee’s audited financial information for 2021, our ecological…

Happy solstice from Mono Lake

Your support enables everything we do to get Mono Lake to rise, keep its tributary streams flowing, and ensure that its surrounding lands are protected. Thank you for being a part of protecting this special place. As we near the…

A record Giving Tuesday for Mono Lake

Thanks to the support of more than 440 members and supporters, we achieved our goal of raising $30,000 to be matched for Mono Lake. And then, when the match was increased to $40,000, you helped us reach and surpass that…

We can keep saving Mono Lake

Oh, one has to get discouraged at times. But overall, this has been a very encouraging campaign. It’s been wonderful to see how much people care, and how much people are willing to donate their time… In years to come,…

Giving Tuesday sunrise livestream

Check out the video of our annual livestream of sunrise from the shore of Mono Lake below. It was a beautiful morning at the lakeshore. Donate by midnight tonight Update: $40,000 matched for Mono Lake! Thanks to you, and the…

Fall 2022 Mono Lake Newsletter now online

This issue of the Mono Lake Newsletter contains a hard question: Will I see Mono Lake rise to the healthy, mandated level in my lifetime? We’ve been hearing that question, and others, from members. As Geoff writes in his article…

Summer 2022 Mono Lake Newsletter now online

It felt like a grim spring here at Mono Lake. It was too dry. No snow to speak of in January, February, or March. Meager storms in April that barely dampened ground that had been drying out for months. It…