Issues

MarchCover2017

March 2017 – Latest Issue

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 […]

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March 2016

In this issue: • Death Valley’s Wettest October On Record • The Clock Is Ticking At The Salton Sea • Birding The Salton Sea • Three New National Monuments In The CA Desert • Lane Mountain Milk-Vetch, Part 2 • National Lands Conservation System Designations In The DRECP • The Vulcan Mine • Anza-Borrego Aims […]

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December 2015

In this issue: • Uranium Mining Puts Grand Canyon At Risk • Oak Flat: Mining, Environment And Politics • A New Generation Of Desert Advocates • “Internship Or Vacation”: Beyond The Classroom • A Rare Opportunity: Three Proposed Desert Monuments • James Wilson Remembered • Lane Mountain Milk-vetch: Back From The Brink, Or Not? • […]

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September 2015

In this issue: •  National Conservation Lands •  Basin and Range: Nevada’s Newest National Monument •  Permanent Protection Efforts in Gold Butte •  The Journey to Seeing the Natural World •  Restoring Nevada’s Muddy River •  Nevada’s Great Basin NP: Interview with Gretchen Baker •  Transition Habitat Conservancy •  BLM Impact Statements and the Range […]

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June 2015

In this issue: •  Soaring With The Condors: A Teenager’s Perspective •  Renewable Energy and Changing Park Views •  Climate Change on the High Desert Of Nevada •  Desert Chaparral •  A Different View of Owens Lake •  Protecting the Heart of Mojave •  ORV Routes in The Western Mojave: Adding Insult To Injury • […]

March 2015

Download PDF (1.2 MB) • Solar Sacrifice Zones: Who Decides? The Case of Charleston View • Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument • Owens Lake Mitigation Finally Settled • Meet Joshua Tree National Park’s New Superintendent: David Smith • Notes from the Gateway to Death Valley: Home Of The Scorpions • DRECP – Vision Or […]

December 2014

Download PDF (1.2 MB) • DRECP Plans To Guide The Way: The Future Of The California Desert • An Appeal From The Managing Editor Of Desert Report • Volunteers: The Untrammeling Of Death Valley’s Wilderness • Juniper Flats • Energy Versus Tortoises: The Sequel • Watching The Southwest Border • Poems by Ruth Nolan • Timely […]