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Kari Cobb has been a ranger at Yosemite National Park for nearly a decade, and has been a public affairs specialist there since 2008. Kari’s duties include conducting hundreds of media interviews every year, writing and disseminating news releases, arranging dignitary visits, and managing special events in the park. Here are a few of her favorite things about mighty Yosemite.
Yosemite National Park — a 1,200-square-mile swath of soaring granite cliffs, towering waterfalls, and ancient sequoia groves — has awed millions of visitors for over a century. “I can’t think of a better classroom,” says Beth Pratt, director of California programs for the National Wildlife Federation. “It’s my favorite place on Earth.”