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2012 Deaf Services News

July 20, 2012 Posted by: Jessica Cole

There have been several exciting changes for Yosemite Deaf Services since the 2011 season.  First of all, we have a blog!  Bookmark us to keep up with the latest news.

Our YouTube video has gotten over 23,000 views!  You can support YDS by sharing it everywhere. Let's get it to 25,000 before the end of the summer.  The publicity has definitely been paying off. Deaf visitation has already been significantly higher this year.  

We also have a new, permanent phone number. No more summer number and winter number, just one, constant number. We are now at 209/379-5250.  This is a voice and text line, not a VP, but we have VP news, too!

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Low intensity fire in Yosemite

Natural fires in Yosemite are often no more than a single burning snag (standing dead tree) or a slow moving, low intensity fire that cleans underbrush from the forest floor. These fires prevent unwanted fires by removing accumulating forest debris that can fuel a larger fire in hot, dry conditions.