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Crooked Creek Station is going off grid!

WMRC staff recently installed 12 solar panels on the roof of Crooked Creek Station along with the necessary inverters to convert the solar energy. More panels will be installed early next spring allowing Crooked Creek Station to operate off grid.

This field station is located in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest at an elevation of 10,200’ in the White Mountains. It is an ideal facility in which to teach field classes, conduct research, and to hold workshops and retreats.  Crooked Creek Station offers meals and accomodations for up to 45 people. There is high speed internet access, four dry lab spaces and a classroom.  The station is open from about June 1 to about October 31.


OWENS VALLEY STATION: The next talk will be held on Thursday, April 17 at 7:00pm. Dr. Jeff Holmquist, Research Scientist at UC White Mountain Research Center, will present a talk entitled: Midnight at the Oasis: Influence of invasive palms on terrestrial insect assemblages at desert springs. A complete schedule of talks is posted here.

2014 Events at WMRC

NEW for 2014 - OPEN HOUSE at the CROOKED CREEK STATION will be held on Sunday, AUGUST 17, 2014. More information and details will be posted here soon.

BARCROFT STATION: OPEN GATE DAYS - Open Gate days will be held on Sunday, July 27 and Sunday, August 31. Hikers wishing to climb White Mountain Peak will be allowed to drive beyond the locked gate and park at Barcroft Station to begin their hike.


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