September 2020 – Latest Issue

Special Issue: A Voice For Our Public Lands From the Editors: Past, Present, and Future of America’s Public LandsNational Parks: Past Progress, New ChallengesAn Indigenous PerspectiveAn Evolving Idea: Perils and Promise of the Federal Landscape Muddy River: Unsustainable Groundwater Extraction in Southern NVA Border Wall in the Jacumba Wilderness AreaBLM’s Proposals for the Great Basin […]

June 2020

In This Issue: • Mojave Desert Springs: Setting an Ecological Baseline• From the Editor: The Coronavirus Pandemic: A Chance to Learn• The Border Wall is on its Way: Goodbye to the Jacumba Wilderness• An Interview With Matt Kingsley, Inyo County Supervisor• Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument• Sabinoso Wilderness: Freeing a Land-Locked Wilderness Area• A […]

March 2020

In This Issue: • In The Military Crosshairs: Nevada’s Desert National Wildlife Refuge • Vanishing Wetlands and a Die-Off of Screwbean Mesquite • Going Beyond Rooftop Solar • An Interview With Death Valley National Park Superintendent Mike Reynolds • Conflicts Of Interest: Industrial Solar vs. Basic Biology • Connecting the Desert Mountains: Hazards for Bighorn […]

December 2019

In This Issue: • Up, Up and Away… But Not Quite • From the Editor • When Mine Tailings are Stored… • Keep Long Valley Green • Off Highway Routes in the Amargosa Basin • Federal Legislation • The Amargosa Niterwort • Paradise Valley: Leapfrog Development Turned Down • Desert Updates • The Players and […]

September 2019

In This Issue: • Pumped Storage Proposals in the Eastern Sierra • From the Editor: We Need To Hear From You! • Gold Butte National Monument: Two Years Later • Wild Horses and Burros: A Most Contentious Issue • A Brief History of Death Valley Junction • The Silent Menace: Wind Turbine Infrasound, Part 2 […]

June 2019

In This Issue: • Will Bad Ideas Never Die? Gemini Solar Project • From the Editor • Lead Toxicity • Conserving Tejon Ranch • A Word From the World of Plants: Death Valley’s 2019 Spring Bloom • Panamint Valley Lithium • On The Topic of Pollution and the Loss of Common Sense • The Silent […]

March 2019

In This Issue: • The Desert Under Our Feet: An Extraordinary Biological Web • From The Editor • Barriers To Locally Generated Energy • Bodie Hills: A Landscape To Visit And Protect • Book Review: Bodie, Good Times And Bad • My Moment With A Snake • A Bullet Dodged: Health Hazard Ignored At Crescent […]

December 2018

In This Issue • A Community Proposal For A Management Plan: Mojave Trails National Monument • Owens Lake No Longer “Terminal”: A Destination For Birdwatchers • Desert Groundwater: A Resource At Risk • Rearranging The Planet To Save It: Do We Really Know What We’re Doing? • Death Valley’s Devils Hole: Smallest Known Habitat In […]

September 2018

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 […]

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 […]