JMGC Partners with Mariposa Schools

JMGC Announces Partnership with MCUSD January 31, 2015  Coulterville, CA The John Muir Geotourism Center (JMGC) is pleased to announce that a partnership for exploration toward the improvement of student services is being established with Mariposa County Unified School District (MCUSD), with the addition of Mr. Doug Jensen, a highly qualified administrator to Coulterville High
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Flowers and Books

Grand Opening of Sierra Flowers at the John Muir Geotourism Center On December 6, 2014, a beautiful sunny day in historic Coulterville, the grand opening of Sierra Flowers inside the John Muir Geotourism Center reminded me of a wonderful quote from the great naturist himself: “Handle a book as a bee does a flower, extract
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Secretary’s Blog: We Glimpse the Beginning…

Originally Posted on March 5, 2013: “Through a meadow opening in the pine woods I see snowy peaks about the headwaters of the Merced above Yosemite.  How near they seem and how clear their outlines on the blue air; or rather in the blue air; for they seem to be saturated with it.  How consuming
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Geotourism, John Muir and Youth

Originally Posted on December 17, 2012: It is hard living with someone that has a grand vision that you do not always fully understand or envision. I wonder if Louie Strentzel Muir, John Muir’s wife, felt the same way? I say that because my husband had the vision for the naming of the John Muir
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The President’s First Blog

Originally Posted October 24, 2012: Today is the first day of something bigger than myself, the birth of the John Muir Geotourism new website and blog.  In 1911 Mr. Muir published his journal writings  “My First Summer in the Sierra”.   It was through these writings he connected us to his rambling route, Yosemite, and
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