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Join Bureau of Land Management, Mojave Desert Land Trust, and the California Wilderness Coalition for a day of stewardship and celebration in the Mojave Trails National Monument.

  • Replace “Heart of the Mojave” sign with a new Mojave Trails National Monument Sign
  • Clean graffiti from painted rock
  • Pick up trash in the vicinity

For more information about the event click here. To download the flyer click here.

Contact Mojave Desert Land Trust or California Wilderness Coalition to get involved.


Mojave Desert Land Trust

Frazier Haney: Frazier@MDLT.org – (760) 464-5430

Missy Boyd: Missy@MDLT.org – (760) 366-5440

California Wilderness Coalition

Linda Castro: lcastro@calwild.org – (760) 221-4895


Sheephole Pass is a large, disturbed area off a paved road. It can easily fit large groups for the work day. To get to the site, drive east from Twentynine Palms on Amboy Road 23.6 miles beyond Utah Trails. The area will be visible to your right. For more detailed directions and map click here.