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On Monday, November 17th, the Mono Lake @ 20 Symposium in Sacramento will be a highlight in a year’s worth of celebrations of the 20th anniversary of State Water Board Decision 1631, more commonly known as the decision to save Mono Lake.
We’ve given some thought to the importance and significance of the decision both at Mono Lake and beyond, and in the past as well as looking to the future. For those of you who are attending the Mono Lake @ 20 Symposium, or if you are generally interested in learning more, we’ve gathered some resources here:
- On saving Mono Lake, 20 years later by Hap Dunning from the 2014 Mono Lake Calendar and the Winter & Spring 2014 Mono Lake Newsletter
- The State Water Board decision at 20 by Geoffrey McQuilkin from the Summer 2014 Mono Lake Newsletter
- The Mono Lake decision at 20—permanent vigilance to protect and restore Mono Lake and streams by Geoffrey McQuilkin from the Fall 2014 Mono Lake Newsletter
- www.monobasinresearch.org—The most comprehensive online listing of scientific and historical information on the Mono Basin.
- The Mono-logue—a refreshing collection of all things Mono Lake brought to you by the Mono Lake Committee staff
- Groundbreaking agreement gives Los Angeles Aqueduct new purpose: Healing streams—blog post highlighting the Stream Restoration Agreement
- Two Mono Lake anniversaries today, 20 and 30 years ago—blog post about September 26 at Mono Lake