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Mono Lake Tufa State Reserve
Mono Lake's "South Tufa" area

The Mono Lake Tufa State Reserve was established in 1981[1] by the California State Legislature, to preserve the limestone "tufa tower" formations at Mono Lake, in Mono County, California. California State Park Rangers were charged with protecting the resources, as well as conducting interpretive talks and tours along the shores of Mono Lake. In 1984 the Federal Government designated surrounding lands as the Mono Basin National Forest Scenic Area,[2]and since that time visitor services have been offered as a cooperative effort between these two agencies, as well as the Mono Lake Committee.

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Coordinates: 37°56′43″N 119°2′8″W / 37.94528°N 119.03556°W / 37.94528; -119.03556

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