September 2019 – Latest Issue

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 The Amargosa Basin: A Unique Landscape […]


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 Menace: Wind Turbine Infrasound .in the light of […]


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 Peak Wind Project Return Of The Desert […]


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 […]


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 […]


December 2017

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 […]


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 […]


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 […]