Six kids swimming in Mono Lake, with one kid floating on their back with goggles on, while surrounded by tufa rocks and with tufa towers in the distance.


Eight people, including kids, gather around a tour guide holding a color chart while standing on a sandy strip of Mono Lake shoreline with a tall tufa tower and Mono Lake behind her as the group looks on.

Sharing the inspiration Mono Lake has to offer

Mono Lake’s future depends on public recognition, understanding, and support, so in everything the Mono Lake Committee does we work to educate people about Mono Lake and the impacts on the environment of excessive water use. We broaden understanding and appreciation of Mono Lake and the value of water resources statewide through a wide range of education programs.

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Live webcam views of Mono Lake, Lee Vining, and Mill Creek.

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