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Celebrating the 5th Anniversary of Our California Desert National Monuments

Maricela Rosales talks with Frazier Haney of The Wildlands Conservancy about the anniversary of three California Desert National Monuments and why these protections are more critical now than ever.

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Opinion: Three reasons why Biden shouldn't reopen California's desert energy plan

Jim Kenna, our Board Member and Former Bureau of Land Management California State Director, talks about why the Biden administration should keep the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan intact.

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Our Past, Present, and Future are Linked in the California Desert

Frazier Haney, Executive Director of The Wildlands Conservancy, celebrates the 26th Anniversary of the California Desert Protection Act.

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Celebrating the California Desert National Conservation Lands

Linda Castro, Assistant Policy Director with the California Wilderness Coalition shares her favorite places in the California Desert

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Share Your Love for the California Desert

Join us during the month of July with your Love Note for the California Desert National Conservation Lands.

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New Additions to the National Conservation Lands: Mojave Trails and Sand To Snow National Monuments and California Desert National Conservation Lands

On February 12, 2016, President Obama used his authority under the Antiquities Act to permanently protect three new monuments, two of which are new additions to the National Conservation Lands: Mojave Trails and Sand to Snow National Monuments, both located in the California desert.