Yosemite Voices 2: Growing up in Tuolumne
What do children living a primitive life in Yosemite’s high country do for fun in this day of mp3 players, personal gaming devices, and other entertainment technologies? First in a series of Yosemite Voices episodes that explore the subject of childhood in Yosemite, Growing up in Tuolumne explores Ranger Margaret Eissler’s youth in Tuolumne Meadows in the late 1950s, then follows similar activities of three sisters (aged four, six, and ten) 50 years later.
Did You Know?
Yosemite Conservancy’s signature project in 2013 is Youth In Yosemite. This project encompasses 12 individual youth programs that focus on education, mentoring, and wilderness exploration. One of the programs funded by Yosemite Conservancy is the Junior Ranger program, a program that benefits over 27,000 children annually. More...