Issues

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September 2018 – Latest Issue

In This Issue: • Keep Nevada Wild! Fallon Range And Training Complex LEIS • Desert Art Without Constraint: Concerns With Music And Art Festivals • Yellow Pine Solar Project • New Oil Drilling In The Carrizo Plain National Monument • Which Way The Wind Blows – So Goes The Dust: The Mojave River Valley • Darwoon Dyreez By Kathy Goss […]

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June 2018

In This Issue: • Crescent Peak Wind Project • Military Base Expansion In The Desert West • Unintended Consequences – Impacts Of Military Base Expansions On Wildlife • New Science In An Old Dispute – Cadiz Project Threatens A Major Mohave Spring • Dust Control At The Salton Sea • The Racetrack – A Place Where The Magic Is Threatened […]

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March 2018

In This Issue: • Finding Common Ground: National Monuments Belong To Us All • The Curious Case Of US Gypsum • Can Importing Water From The Gulf Of California Save The Salton Sea? • Geothermal Energy Projects In Imperial County • Fire Hazard Shut-offs In Rural Areas • Conservation In Action: Partnering To Protect 
The Bi-State Greater Sage-Grouse • Desert Updates […]

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December 2017 – Latest Issue

In This Issue • Conglomerate Mesa Once Again Threatened By Gold Miners • Public Lands Conservation Under Attack • Ill-Advised National Monument Review • Life On The Edge: Terrestrial Arthropod Communities On Salt Flats • Salton Sea: Several Steps Forward, Many More To Go • Tragedy Brews For Desert National Wildlife Refuge • Bringing Environmental Changes One Young Mind At A […]

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September 2017

In This Issue • Protection and Restoration: Advocates For Mono Lake Make a Difference • The Amargosa Valley: Different Perspectives From Above and Below • The Burning Question: Air Quality Issues Related to Agricultural Burning • Ravenous Ravens in the Desert • Conservation Planning in the California Deserts • Adapting to Extremes: Desert Communities and Water Scarcity • Service in Our […]

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June 2017

In This Issue • Water In The Mojave Desert? • Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Management In Nevada • California Desert By The Numbers • Salton Sea – Preserving A Tomorrow • Salton Sea – Earth, Air, And… Politics • Flowers Return To The Desert • The Mojave Desert Land Trust – Consolidating Public Lands One Piece At […]

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March 2017

In This Issue • No Action, No Solution: Air Quality In The Imperial Valley • The Death Valley Flower Bloom • The Desert’s Longest-Lived Conservation Organization • Desert Conservation And Basin & Range Watch • Ocotillo Wind Energy Facility • The Perfect (Dust) Storm: Fugitive Dust and the Morongo Basin community of Desert Heights • […]

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December 2016

In This Issue: • The Unpleasant Secrets Of Clean Solar Energy • Hoping To Survive In The Mojave Desert • Western Lands Project: Defending Public Lands • Grand Canyon Of The Mojave • Military Withdrawals Of Public Lands • An Explanation Of Section 7 Requirements • Book Review By Stacy Goss: Winning Of 
Barbara Worth […]

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September 2016

In This Issue: THE SALTON SEA • From The Editor: Countdown For The Salton Sea • Why We Need The Salton Sea • A Photographer’s Account Of The Salton Sea • The Salton Sea Through The Eyes Of A Farmer • Lake Cahuilla: Xa-Wiilth-Kaw-Tai (The Big Water) • It Is Up To Us/Todo Depende De […]

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June 2016

In this issue: • Join The Re-vole-ution! Bringing a Tiny Mammal Back from the Brink • Change Comes Slowly To The Desert • EPA and Communities Tackle Childhood Asthma • Desert Tortoise Conservation: Science And Politics Clash • Anatomy Of A Successful Grass Roots Campaign: Communities Challenge a Flawed Travel Management Plan • Lands With Wilderness […]