City National Bank pledges $100,000 for restoration project.
LOS ANGELES: City National Bank pledged $100,000 for the historic restoration project for Bridalveil Fall, a California icon and one of the most important landmarks in Yosemite National Park.
City National's commitment to the Bridalveil Fall restoration project will help enhance the visitor experience and protect the surrounding habitat. Plunging 620 feet down a granite cliff, Bridalveil Fall is one of the most iconic waterfalls in the Yosemite Valley. More than 400,000 visitors stop to marvel each year, and for many it is their first stop when they get to Yosemite National Park. While many of the Valley's waterfalls are seasonal, Bridalveil Fall flows throughout the year.
City National Bank is America's Premier Private and Business Bank(r). Current trail conditions and parking facilities cannot accommodate the popularity of Bridalveil Fall, and overgrown vegetation has obstructed the waterfall's viewpoint. To fix this problem, the restoration of Bridalveil Fall will enhance the visitor experience with redesigned parking and upgraded pathways and restrooms. The project, which will include a public process and shared vision for the area, will also reclaim the natural beauty and habitats as well as the rustic heritage of the area.
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|Publication:||Daily the Pak Banker (Lahore, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jun 7, 2018|
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