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New Job Announcements From the Sierra Nevada Alliance

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES — The Sierra Nevada Alliance is a hub for the stewardship of the Sierra Nevada, which they achieve by empowering and collaborating with their partners. The following are recently posted job announcements from their network. If you would like to post a job to the Sierra Nevada Alliance, please e-mail them at info@sierranevadaalliance.org. Community Engagement Manager – Sierra ...

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30th Annual National Trails Day Celebration Coming Soon

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES — Millions of people from across the country will hit the trail on June 4, 2022, to celebrate the 30th Annual American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day®. This year’s celebration is about coming together to leave the trails and the outdoor communities better than they found them. Hikers, cyclists, horseback riders, paddlers, trail clubs, federal and local agencies, ...

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Yosemite Conservancy Newsletter: May 2022

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Recent News from Yosemite The park’s peak hours reservation system will take effect this month, starting on Friday, May 20. Yosemite visitors will need a reservation to enter the park between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m., seven days a week. The peak hours reservation system will be in place through Sep. 30, 2022, and reservations will be required for all ...

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YARTS Reservations for 2022 Summer Season Now Available

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YOSEMITE – Reservations for the 2022 summer season are now open for trips to Yosemite National Park aboard the Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS), which operates a year-round coach service from Merced and Mariposa to Yosemite, but will transition to an expanded summer schedule beginning May 16, 2022. Seasonal summer service begins from Sonora and Groveland on May 16 ...

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Virtual Yosemite: The Blue Jay Fire on Tioga Road

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YOSEMITE – Fires are inundating not only California, but most of the western United States, leaving both unprecedented smoky skies as well as widespread damage in their wake. Fire is an important part of the wilderness ecosystem, however. The National Park Service will let fires, such as this one just below the Tioga Road in Yosemite, burn naturally, allowing them ...

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Heavy Snowpack Damages Facilities In Yosemite

YOSEMITE — Due to the exceptionally heavy snowpack in Yosemite National Park and the subsequent extensive damage to many park facilities, officials have announced that there will be late seasonal openings to facilities throughout the park. Yosemite National Park experienced significant snowfall over the winter season. The March 1 snow survey showed that both the Merced and Tuolumne River drainages ...

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Free Days For Yosemite 2019

YOSEMITE — Here are some good dates to add to your calendar for the coming year: the National Park Service says it will waive entrance fees at Yosemite National Park and other locations on five days in 2019. “The entrance fee-free days hosted by the National Park Service are special opportunities to invite visitors, volunteers and veterans to celebrate some ...

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National Park Service Employee Missing In Yosemite

8/18/18 According to Yosemite National Park’s page on Facebook — “UPDATE: He has been found. No further details available pending investigation.” YOSEMITE — Another man is missing and thought to be inside Yosemite National Park, and authorities are seeking the public’s help to locate him. Search and Rescue teams in Yosemite are looking for John Blevins Cogdell, III, an employee ...

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