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Adventure Kit geared to those exploring Southern California’s new national monuments
febrero 7, 2017

The Mojave Desert Land Trust, in partnership with local chambers of commerce from the California Desert, has released a marketing toolkit…

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¡Celebren el Primer Aniversario de SUS Monumentos Nacionales!
febrero 1, 2017

Comunicado de Prensa LIMPIEZA DE LAS COLINAS DE SAND TO SNOW BIG MORONGO  11 de febrero de 9:00 am – 1:00…

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Five Secret Desert Places To Visit This Year Instead of Joshua Tree
enero 27, 2017

Amboy Crater in Mojave Trails National Monument | Photo: Bureau of Land Management   Let’s face it: Joshua Tree National Park…

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Obama leaves strong legacy of protecting special places: Guest commentary
enero 20, 2017

With the new year comes a time of reflection for many of us. As I look back to 2016, I’m remembering…

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Las comunidades latinas se preocupan profundamente por la protección de las áreas naturales del país
enero 20, 2017

En California somos afortunados de encontrar  algunos de los más hermosos y espectacularesparques, ríos y bosques. Estas áreas naturales son tierras…

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Monument protects sacred landscape of interconnectedness
noviembre 11, 2016

Walking around the Old Woman Mountain Preserve, our Learning Landscapes students are always struck by how this preserve connects them to…

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Mojave Desert Land Trust honors NPS centennial and all public lands
noviembre 2, 2016

In February the California desert gained three new national monuments and 1.8 million acres of the desert I live in and…

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Centennial Celebration in Afton Canyon
noviembre 2, 2016

In the California desert, there are many reasons to celebrate the National Park Service Centennial and all of our public lands….

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Involving Latino youth in preserving desert lands
noviembre 2, 2016

National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to recognize the contributions Hispanic and Latino Americans have made to our community’s…

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