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Book reading & signing for “Naming Mt. Thoreau” on September 30 in Lee Vining

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 by Arya, Communications Director
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Join us for a reading and book signing with Naming Mt. Thoreau editor Laurie Glover and contributors Gary Snyder, Tom Killion, Kim Stanley Robinson, and more!

• 2:00pm on Sunday, September 30, 2018
• at the Lee Vining Community Center
• free and open to the public
• books by the authors will be for sale, and all proceeds from the event support the Mono Lake Committee’s work

The new book, Naming Mt. Thoreau, is edited by Laurie with contributions from Michael Blumlein, Dick Bryan, Darryl DeVinney, Hilary Gordon, Tom Killion, Paul Park, Kim Stanley Robinson, Carter Scholz, Gary Snyder, Christopher Woodcock, and David Robertson. (more…)

Holiday shopping: For the kids

Sunday, December 7th, 2014 by Robbie, Restoration Field Technician
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Season’s greetings from the Mono Lake Committee! What better way to treat the young ones in your life this holiday season than with a gift from the Committee’s online store? Our 2014 fall catalog offers several items for kids that are educational, fun, and help save Mono Lake:

Books:
–    A Partridge in a Pear Tree by Charley Harper is a playful rendition of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” and contains beautiful pastel sketches, humorous text, and a message of the value of giving.
–    Angry Birds: 50 True Stories of the Fed Up, Feathered, and Furious by Mel White reveals astonishing stories of real bird behavior.
–    BirdWingFeather by Siri Schillios contains vibrant bird paintings on one page and detailed abstracts on the next.
–    Stickeen by John Muir and illustrated by Carl Dennis Buell is an illustrated edition of an American adventure classic of John Muir and Stickeen the dog crossing a glacier during an ice storm. (more…)

Book review: Relicts of a Beautiful Sea lends new understanding of the desert around us

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 by Mono Lake Committee Staff
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This post was written by Barbara Ball, 2014 Information Center & Bookstore Manager.

The Inyo Mountain slender salamander is found in just five locations (all in the Inyo Mountains) and has been classified as endangered since 1996. The Devil’s Hole pupfish only lives in Devil’s Hole in the Amargosa Valley—a body of water smaller than your bedroom and with water averaging 93 degrees Fahrenheit. These species have adapted and descended from ancestors living in the Great Basin when it was an enormous sea.

Conservation biologist Christopher Norment’s talk and book signing at the Mono Lake Committee on October 15 brought wonder, understanding, and a new appreciation for life in its many forms. Norment’s book, Relicts of a Beautiful Sea: Survival, Extinction and Conservation in a Desert World, looks at the Great Basin and the sea it once was. A review by T. DeLene Beeland, author of (more…)

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