Youth programs in the park provide opportunities to teach life skills that participants can apply to the rest of their lives.
Yosemite is a great place to learn about the plants and animals that comprise the ecosystems within the Sierra Nevada. It’s also a great place to learn about glaciation and the forces that shape our world. Unfortunately, most schools don’t have it in their budget to send their classes to Yosemite or the school is too far to make a day or overnight trip into the park feasible. Well, if you can’t bring your class to Yosemite, why not bring Yosemite to your classroom?
Here’s a pretty cool way you can spend Earth Day from the Yosemite Conservancey, spend it with John Muir and his great-great-grandson!
Frazill what’s back? Frazil Ice. Take a look at this great video from Yosemite Nature Notes after the jump to learn all about it. It’s awesome stuff!
Digital Landscape Photography: In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams – Another Great Book to Add to Your Collection
Here’s another great Michael Frye book you’re going to want to add to your collection.
Tired of your teen sitting around the house doing nothing all summer? Give them something fun and educational to do right in Yosemite.
It’s fall in Yosemite, the leaves are turning, there’s a nip in the air and once again the grape harvest is in and crushed which means in a few weeks dozens of wineries will be flocking to Yosemite for the 30th annual Vintners’ Holidays.
Throw out your old bookmarks, here’s where you can find the webcams on the new website.
Come along with the crew of Yosemite Nature Notes as they explore the most influential force in the shaping of Yosemite – GLACIERS!