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4th Annual Eastern Sierra History Conference October 25-27 at SNARL

This exciting conference will focus on people, places, and events of the Eastern Sierra. Field trips and tours highlighting Eastern Sierra cultural and historical sites will be available on Sunday for conference attendees.  Meet and interact with many  local Eastern Sierra authors and historians, at Saturday’s dinner. Presentations will cover the entire Eastern Sierra , […]

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Stephen Ingram and Carol Rose, authors of Rock Creek Wildflowers

‘Rock Creek Wildflowers’ presentation at SNARL

Press release Please join us for a special summer presentation at the Page Center at SNARL on Wednesday August 3, 2016 at 7PM 7:00 – 8:00 p.m., Page Center at SNARL, 1016 Mount Morrison Rd., Mammoth Lakes, CA “Rock Creek Wildflowers: Exploring a Botanical Paradise” Cathy Rose and Stephen Ingram A spectacular high Sierra Nevada valley […]

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Cindy Pridmore

SNARL lecture series to feature earthquake, volcanic hazards in Mono County

Press release SNARL LECTURE SERIES, MAY 10, 2016 7:00 – 8:00 p.m., Page Center, 1016 Mt. Morrison Rd., Mammoth Lakes “Understanding Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards in Mono County” Cynthia Pridmore, Engineering Geologist, Seismic Hazards & Public Outreach, California Geological Survey and Dr. Margaret Mangan, Scientist-in-Charge, California Volcanic Observatory, United States Geological Survey Here in the […]

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Erin Riordan

Climate change the topic for SNARL lecture

SNARL Lecture #4 “Threats of Climate Change to Eastern Sierra Plant Communities” by Dr. Erin Riordan, Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA Tuesday, June 23, 7:00 pm, at the Page Center on the SNARL Campus (1016 Mt. Morrison Rd.) This century, climate change will dramatically impact the conservation value of California’s protected areas, including […]

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