Program Overview: The climate is changing, humans are the cause, and the shift is impacting the world around us in ways we still don’t fully understand. Sadly, even the protected environment in Yosemite National Park is feeling the effects of climate change.
The good news is that many of the park’s most dedicated scientists and staff are studying how the warming of our planet is changing Yosemite’s ecosystems, landscapes and weather patterns. This program offers the chance to hear from a variety of guest speakers on an array of topics related to climate change — and how you can help. Join us to learn about the latest research on Sierra Nevada wildlife, glaciers, drought, fire and more — and get tips on how to discuss climate change in your communities.
Know Before You Go
When: Friday, April 22 (from 4 pm), Saturday, April 23 (full day), and Sunday, April 24 (from morning to midday)
Where: Yosemite Valley
Registration includes: Guided day walks and presentations, park entry (as needed), and four nights of tent camping at a shared campsite in Yosemite Valley (April 21, 22, 23 and 24). There is no discount if you choose not to use the included gate pass or campsite.
Lodging: Tent camping (included), or upgrade to Yosemite Valley Lodge for an additional fee. Camping and lodging dates cannot be adjusted. The upgrade option expires 30 days before the program. Lodging information will be sent immediately after registering.
Experience level: No experience necessary!
COVID-19: We have implemented special safety measures to keep participants and instructors safe during the ongoing pandemic. Please review our COVID-19 procedures for details.