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Refreshing ‘Ologists: Effects of climate change on mountain ecosystems with Connie Millar

Sunday, September 9th, 2018 by Joslyn, Project Specialist

Join us on Wednesday, September 12 at 4:00pm in the Mono Lake Committee gallery for this week’s Refreshments with Refreshing ‘Ologists presentation. Connie Millar, US Forest Service Senior Research Ecologist, will be here to discuss the effects of climate change on mountain ecosystems. If you can join us, register here for this free program!

A pika near Virginia Lakes. Connie will be discussing her research on pikas, which are particularly vulnerable to rising temperatures. Photo courtesy of Ken Hickman.

Connie will provide an overview of her research into the responses of mountain ecosystems—in particular, pines and pikas—to changing climates. With information on how species responded to (more…)

Steps for Snow at Mono Lake

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 by Robbie, Restoration Field Technician
Local families came out in force on a foggy morning to show support for climate progress at the Paris Summit and a future snowy Sierra and rising Mono Lake.
Participants walked from Lee Vining down to the lake, heard speakers discuss climate issues, and learned what personal “steps” we can all take to use energy and water wisely.  Everyone took home a snowflake ornament made by local children with their personal action pledge recorded. Thank you Janet and Gina and the Steps for Snow team for raising awareness about these important issues in our community.

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