Issues

December 2011

Renewable Energy Update Policy And Conservation Inner City Outings Offers Kids A New Perspective On The Desert Changes Abound For Desert Dwelling SCA Crews BLM Grazing Allotment Practices Not Meeting Standard Landfill Expansion Will Bring Mountains Of Trash Near Salton Sea Ricardo Breceda/Accidental Artist By Diana Lindsay Current Issues Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery, And […]

September 2011

New Federal Wind Energy Guidelines Are Up In The Air 1 Seeps And Springs In The Mojave National Preserve 2 The NPCA’s Perspective On Water In The Mojave Preserve 3 530-Mile Trek Across California 4 CASSP Volunteers Help Protect Archaeological & Historical Resources 6 Current Issues 7 Morongo Basin Dark Skies Alliance Sheds Light On […]

June 2011

California Native Plant Society Searches For Rare Treasure Groups Join Together To Confront Water Rights Issue Tule Wind Project Faces A Native American Backlash China Ranch: A Welcome Oasis In The Desert White-Nose-Syndrome Headed To A Cave Near You Current Issues Big Solar In The Desert: More Solar Mythology Industrial Solar Projects Threaten Tribe’s Spiritual […]

March 2011

Writing A New Chapter: Rare Earth Mining At Mountain Pass View From The (Retiring) Editor: Looking Back & Looking Forward New Group Serves Mojave Preserve Opportunities For Improvement: Renewable Energy Deployment Feed In Tariffs: How They Work, Will They Work? Off-Road Vehicles Destroy Cultural Resources In California Desert For Love Of Pronghorn Current Issues Big […]

December 2010

Geothermal Power In Imperial Valley View From The Editor: Desert Report Moving Forward The Ivanpah Solar Energy Facility: Smoke And Mirrors The Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge A Tribute: Memories Of Derham Giuliani Walling Off Our Southern Deserts: Is The Cost Too High? Friendly Fallout 1953: A Writer’s Musings Current Issues Sightseeing Air Tours Over Death […]

September 2010

Protecting La Sierra Juarez: Baja California’s Northern Sky Island Producing The Desert Report – We Need Volunteers Our Wild Horse And Burro Legacy Planning For Death Valley’s Wilderness And Backcountry Introducing Teri Raml: The New California Desert District Manager Off-Road Vehicle Monitoring: The Healthy Lands Project Air Quality In Imperial County Industrialization Of The Desert […]

June 2010

Download PDF (3.4 MB) CONTENTS: • Protecting The Natural Sounds Of Death Valley • Children And The Natural World: Down Home Learning • West Mojave Route Designation Revisited • Going Solar: The Importance Of Planning • ORV Mayhem On The PCT: Telling The Truth • Solar Energy Proposal For Owens Lake And Adjacent Lands • […]

March 2010

Download PDF (3.9MB) CONTENTS: • Mother Road Becomes Mojave Trails • View From The Chair: Thank You • A New National Monument Proposed: Ancient Horses, Camels, And Mammoths In Las Vegas, Oh My! • A Desert Wilderness Bill At Last! • More Than A Culture Clash: Off-Roaders Destroy Restoration Work At Poste Homestead Natural & […]

December 2009

Download PDF (4.7MB) The New River Is An Old Problem 1 Harriet Allen, 1913-2009 2 Wilderness Monitoring In The East Mojave 3 Tracking Down Marshal South 4 National Public Lands Day: Public Service On Public Land 6 Desert Committee Comments On Desertxpress High-speed Train 8 Preston Arrow-weed: A Long Night’s Journey Till Dawn 10 Current […]

September 2009

Download PDF (6.1MB) Progress On The Mother Road View From The Chair: The Desert Report Evolves A Collection Of Haiku Inspired By The Mohave Desert Cadiz, Inc. Returns To The Desert: Public Water For Private Profit Solar Thermal Power Plant Decisions Interview With Joshua Tree National Park Superintendent Curt Sauer Arundo Donax: Its Impact On […]