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Thanks to your support, the Conservancy is funding vital research to protect critical species and habitat.


Enjoy arts in the park! Get creative with expert-led classes at Happy Isles Art and Nature Center.

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You Can Help Yosemite

As a donor to Yosemite Conservancy, you help preserve the park for future generations.

Your gift today makes a lasting difference for Yosemite’s trails, habitat, wildlife and much more. And by participating in our outdoor programs, art workshops, theater performances and volunteer opportunities, you are giving back to the park you love.

Yosemite restoration crew members work on the rocky slopes of Mount Dana to create a formal trail and restore natural topography. Photo: NPS
New on Field Notes: Trails Less Traveled

Beyond the Valley floor, hundreds of miles of trails branch out into remote canyons, along rivers and over passes. With support from Conservancy donors, park crews complete restoration work to improve hiking experiences and protect habitat along trails throughout the Yosemite Wilderness. 

Moonbow at Yosemite Falls by Anna Rouse
Photo of the Month: Moonbow at Yosemite Falls by Anna Rouse

Did you know that Yosemite Conservancy has a "photo of the month" feature on our enewsletter? Want to be considered for our next enewsletter? Join our Flickr group!

A new boardwalk in Mariposa Grove, installed as part of a landmark restoration project to protect the giant sequoias and improve the visitor experience. Photo: Yosemite Conservancy/Josh Helling
The Restoration of Mariposa Grove

Thanks to your support, this historic project has restored habitat for Yosemite's giant sequoias, and for all the diverse plant and animal species that thrive in Mariposa Grove.

Be Entertained at Yosemite Theater
Be Entertained at Yosemite Theater

Travel back in time to explore Yosemite history with iconic figures like John Muir, Florence Hutchings and buffalo soldiers, take a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Yosemite Search and Rescue, or join expert climbers high above Yosemite's granite peaks.

Be Creative at Happy Isles Art and Nature Center
Be Creative at Happy Isles Art and Nature Center

Nurture your artist within! Paint or draw with the guidance of master artists as you create a one-of-a-kind memento to remember your trip to Yosemite. From expert-led workshops to open studio and private classes, there's something for everyone at Happy Isles Art and Nature Center.

Featured Pages

Support Yosemite with a Classic Image
Support Yosemite with a Classic Image

Give back to your park through art! Our partners at The Ansel Adams Gallery have released a modern replica print of a classic Adams photograph of Bridalveil Fall. Ten percent from each print will be donated to the Conservancy to support restoration work at the iconic waterfall.

Custom Adventures
Custom Adventures

Experience Yosemite your way with Yosemite Conservancy’s Custom Adventures. Whether you are interested in a birding excursion, a day hike or something completely different, we are here to help you create an unforgettable Yosemite experience.

Yosemite Falls webcam
Yosemite Webcams

Watch our webcams from wherever you are to see Yosemite's iconic features, catch sunrises and sunsets, and even spot the occasional wild animal. 

Yosemite Theater
Tickets to Yosemite Theater Now Sold Online!

Enjoy theater performances and films inspired by Yosemite! After a day filled with exploring, relax and take in a show at the Yosemite Theater. From April through October, the Yosemite Theater presents a variety of experiences, including plays based on some of the park’s most colorful characters, inspiring films, and celebrations of Yosemite’s culture and history.

Why I Give

Although we live in Ohio, we visit Yosemite several times a year, as it continues to refresh our lives. We support the Conservancy, for we value its mission to preserve and enhance Yosemite today and for future generations.

- Ron and Ann Berg
John Muir Heritage Society & Legacy Society Members