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Local businesses support the Mojave Monuments
August 10, 2017

It’s no secret that national monuments are an economic boon to their surrounding communities. A recent Headwaters Economics report found that the…

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Afton Canyon Conservation Campout – Field Blog
April 15, 2017

THE MORNING OF SATURDAY, MARCH 25TH, THE CAMPGROUND IN AFTON CANYON NATURAL AREA WAS FULL OF EXCITEMENT. Staff from the Amargosa…

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Region’s Girl Scouts beginning to earn patches for new national monuments
March 30, 2017

(Courtesy of Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio) REDLANDS >> The Girl Scout organization, representing 14,000 girls in San Bernardino and Riverside…

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Veterans partner with conservation groups
March 30, 2017

The California Conservation Corps’ Veterans Conservation Corps joined the Conservation Lands Foundation, Mojave Desert Land Trust and Bureau of Land Management…

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A plea for cherished lands protection
March 30, 2017

In Native American culture, the land, landscape, and everything in it is intertwined – it is sustenance, it is shelter, it is…

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National monuments celebrate anniversary
March 30, 2017

A series of events held across Southern California’s desert region will greet the anniversary of the Sand to Snow, Mojave Trails…

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Celebrate the One-Year Anniversary of YOUR National Monuments!
February 1, 2017

SAND TO SNOW BIG MORONGO HILLS CLEAN UP February 11 • 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Big Morongo Canyon Preserve • 11055 East Drive • Morongo Valley…

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Five Secret Desert Places To Visit This Year Instead of Joshua Tree
January 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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Amboy Crater by Bob Wick
Obama leaves strong legacy of protecting special places: Guest commentary
January 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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