Learning Gone Wild
The High Sierra Institute offers over a dozen courses. The High Sierra Institute is a partnership between the Yosemite Community College District and the US Forest Service operated under Special Use Permit on the Stanislaus National Forest.
Baker Station is situated along Highway 108 in the high Sierra at an elevation of 6,200 feet in the Summit Ranger District of the Stanislaus National Forest.
Classes are held with field studies from May – August 2017.
From Sonora: Take Highway 108 roughly 57 miles east (just under four miles BEYOND the Dardanelle store.). Baker Station sits on the north side of the road, just past a big yellow Caltrans sign. Look for a line of rustic cabins with a dirt parking lot at the end of the row of buildings. There is also a sign that reads, “High Sierra Institute at Baker Station.” If you reach the Kennedy Meadows turnoff on the right, you have gone a quarter mile too far.
High Sierra Institute
40000 Highway 108
Dardanelle, CA 95314
For more information contact: Dr. Tom Hofstra with questions @ firstname.lastname@example.org
For registration questions, call Columbia College Admissions & Records @ 209-588-5231