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SNARL Spring Seminar Series

1016 Mount Morrison Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Venue: Page Center at SNARL

Phone: 805-893-5695

Please join us this spring for a series of presentations focused on some of the latest research and findings from the Eastern Sierra and Beyond. We are very excited to be in person again at the Page Center. Seminars are on Tuesday evenings from 7-8 PM and doors open at 6:30. All seminars will be held in the Page Center at SNARL – 1016 Mount Morrison Road. Small tasters of food and drink will be provided by local businesses. Please arrive early to park, secure a seat, snack and mingle. Seminars are geared to adult audiences, however young people are encouraged to attend and well-behaved children are welcome. Visitors are not allowed to bring dogs to SNARL, so please leave pets at home. Looking forward to seeing you at SNARL. Remote access is available via the SNARL website.

Seminars are 7-8 PM every Tuesday from May 2 to June 6 at the Page Center. For more details, visit the SNARL website

May 2: 2022-23 Season Recap, one for the record books with Steve Mace, Center Director and Lead Forecaster of the Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center

May 9: Airborne Snow Observatories measurements of (perhaps) the largest snowpack in Sierra history with Dr. Tom Painter, Chief Executive Officer, Airborne Snow Observatories, Inc.

May 16: Reconstructing the temperature of Earth’s past to understand future climate change with Dr. Jamie Lucarelli, Postdoctoral Fellow, UCLA Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences

May 23: Claim to flame: the resilient bat communities of the Sierra Nevada with Dr. Rachel Blakey, Biological Sciences Department, Cal Poly Pomona

May 30: Farmed vs. wild seafood: sustainability showdown with Dr. Ben Halpern, Director, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis and Professor, UCSB Dr. Kim Selkoe, Founder and CEO, Get Hooked Seafood, and Executive Director, Commercial Fishermen of Santa Barbara

June 6: Mammoth Lakes US 395 Wildlife Crossing Project: Moving Forward with Katie Rodriguez, M.S, Caltrans District 9 Biology Branch Chief, Dan Taylor, CDFW Region 6 Wildlife North Unit Biologist, and Kay Ogden, Executive Director / CEO, Eastern Sierra Land Trust