• Rainbow over Half Dome

    Yosemite

    National Park California

Our Partners

Yosemite National Park has formed partnerships with a variety of organizations in order to help the National Park Service fulfill its mission.

Yosemite's Primary Partners Include:

  • Yosemite Conservancy
    Through the support of donors, Yosemite Conservancy provides grants and support to Yosemite National Park to help preserve and protect Yosemite today and for future generations. The work funded by Yosemite Conservancy is visible throughout the park, from trail rehabilitation to wildlife protection and habitat restoration. The Conservancy is dedicated to enhancing the visitor experience and providing a deeper connection to the park through outdoor programs, volunteering and wilderness services. Thanks to dedicated supporters, the Conservancy has provided more than $75 million in grants to Yosemite National Park. Learn more at yosemiteconservancy.org or call 1-800-469-7275.

  • NatureBridge
    NatureBridge is a nonprofit organization that provides educational adventures in nature's classroom. For over 35 years, NatureBridge, including its' campus in Yosemite National Park, have served over 40,000 youth and adults annually.

  • Ansel Adams Gallery
    The Ansel Adams Gallery, an authorized park concessioner, is a registered California historic business, owned and operated in Yosemite by the family of Ansel Adams since 1902.

  • DNC Parks & Resorts at Yosemite
    DNC, an authorized park concessioner, assumed the management of visitor services at Yosemite National Park in 1993, and quickly became known in the industry for its innovative environmental practices and management style.

Learn about Yosemite National Park's three sister parks. They are Huangshan and Jiuzhaigou national parks in China and Torres del Paine National Park in Chile.

Did You Know?

View of Yosemite Valley from the Wawona Tunnel Vista.

Rockfall events have helped shape many of the outstanding features along Yosemite Valley's walls, including Royal Arches, North Dome, and Half Dome. Giant talus slopes that slant away from the Valley walls accumulate debris with each rockfall event.