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Efforts to shrink, eliminate national monuments will hurt economy
May 10, 2017

San Bernadino Sun Guest Commentary President Trump aimed to dismantle part of our nation’s heritage when he called recently for a…

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7/23: Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Panel Discussion
July 21, 2016

The Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Panel Discussion will help  introduce community members to diverse individuals working on a wide range of…

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7/21: Intercultural Roundtable & Reception
July 21, 2016

The Intercultural Roundtable will look at the intersectionalism between Latino and Native American conservation efforts, featuring leaders and community members from…

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Latino Conservation Week
Latino Conservation Week is July 16-24
July 16, 2016

HARNESSING THE LATINO PASSION FOR THE OUTDOORS Flyer/Handout Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic…

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Joshua Tree National Park
Third Annual Latino Conservation Week Starts Saturday
July 13, 2016

JOSHUA TREE, Calif. – The third annual Latino Conservation Week starts Saturday and runs through July 23, and its backers want…

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Monumental Birdwatching in the California Desert
July 11, 2016

For the past eight years I’ve lived in a four-stoplight town that is a gateway to Joshua Tree National Park. I…

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Mojave Trails by John Dittli
DANIELLE SEGURA: Economic opportunities will grow the desert
July 8, 2016

Tourism is an important part of the regional economy in the American Southwest. The California desert, for example, welcomed more than…

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7/16: Coyote Hole Cleanup
July 2, 2016

The Coyote Hole Cleanup will mix land restoration and scenic hiking into one wonderful event that will bring together diverse communities…

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7/16: Mecca Hills Moonlight Hike
July 1, 2016

The Mecca Hills Moonlight Hike will be an easy, causal hike for all ages into the Mecca Hills Wilderness, which is…

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