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Past Workshops and Related Information

Meetings and workshops were held among stakeholders in May 2009 to initiate this planning effort.

Meeting Goals

  1. Develop Yosemite National Park's Outreach and Visitor Experience Goals.
  2. Identify specific audiences (current and potential) for Yosemite's Interpretation and Education Program, and brainstorm methods appropriate for engaging specific audiences.
  3. Outline the "continuum of engagement" for Yosemite's audiences, identifying primary roles and responsibilities of interpretive partners.

Past Workshops and Related Information

Date

Format

Size

Title

April 2008

PDF

62 kb

Comprehensive Interpretive Plan Fact Sheet

May 1, 2009
9:00 am -4:00 pm

PPT in PDF

1 MB

Stakeholders Workshop #1
This first workshop was designed to outline primary and secondary interpretive themes for Yosemite .

Interpretive Planning Overview for YOSE Stakeholder Meeting

May 20, 2009
9:00 am -
4:00 pm

Word

PPT in PDF

33 kb

800 kb

Stakeholders Workshop #2
The second workshop convened providers of interpretation in and around Yosemite - including NPS staff, assocated American Indian tribes, NPS concessioners, Yosemite Association staff, tour companies, community museums, and others.

Interpretive Planning Stakeholder Meeting Agenda

Interpretive Planning Overview for YOSE Stakeholder Meeting Number 2

Did You Know?

Riparian area in Tuolumne Meadows

Riparian communities are adjacent to the river channel and tributaries; they are the interface between the river and surrounding meadow and upland communities. They provide specialized habitat and important nutrients to the meadow and river systems.