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DeafNation World Expo!

July 24, 2012 Posted by: Jessica Cole

Yosemite Deaf Services will have a booth at the DeafNation World Expo in Las Vegas next week. Come by to say hi, ask questions, or just gaze at the gorgeous posters and photographs I'll have on display. Come tell me what you'd like to see Deaf Services do in the future, and if you've been to Yosemite and used Deaf Services in the past, come tell me how it went.

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  1. craig - Blaine, mn
    November 20, 2012 at 11:37

    Hello Jessica I tried to contact you but your email is not connected right email me at basscrappie@gmail.com thanks Craig

  2. Yosemite National Park
    August 10, 2012 at 01:04

    You can email Jessica at yose_deaf_services@nps.gov.

  3. Rex - Goodyear, AZ
    August 10, 2012 at 11:07

    Jessica, I am not able to locate your email address! Would you please send it over to me? Thanks! Rex Burton (Expo attendee)trexyb@centurylink.net

  4. Ralph Singleton - Union City , California
    July 26, 2012 at 09:34

    Yosemite Interpreters were first class when we had visitors from Texas and we arranged to meet the interpreter and we were quickly scheduled on two tours. One is riding the ponies thru the park and interpreter rode with us ! We had another tour with the open end bus and we were able to acknowledge the driver 's notes thru interpreter and was told last summer had the first time in many years that had all 7 water falls being alive and soon to dry out which enhanced us to take many photos. We appreciate the services they provide at Yosemite! Thanks so much! Ralph


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Sierra Sweet Bay

In Wawona and downstream, the South Fork Merced River provides habitat for a rare plant, the Sierra sweet bay (Myrica hartwegii). This special status shrub is found in only five Sierra Nevada counties. In Yosemite, it occurs exclusively on sand bars and river banks along the South Fork Merced River downstream from Wawona and on Big Creek.