June 2009

Download PDF (4MB) CONTENTS: • How Much “Big Solar” Must The Desert Suffer? • Decision Gives SNWA Opportunity To Re-think Water • National Landscape Conservation System • Wilderness Management Plans What’s Happening Nevada? • Isn’t It Time For National Service? • Dark Horizons • Training Marines While Preserving The Environment • Mining In Nevada: Taxes And Mercury • Outings • Letter To The Editor – […]

March 2009

Stewardship Responsibility Of The U.S. Border Patrol Muddy Waters In The Amargosa Region Remembering Stan More Military Training In The California Desert? Saving The Desert Tortoise J.T. Reynolds Reflects On His Career Renewable Energy Resources & Meeting The Climate Challenge Current Issues Open Letter To Law Enforcement Officials & Elected Representatives Passing Through Southern Border […]

December 2008

Interview With Dennis Schramm Of Mojave National Preserve Water And Power: Joined At The Hip Searles Dry Lake Gem-O-Rama Current Issues California’s Desert Flora: Will We Know What We Lost? Preserving Red Rock Canyon: California’s Unique Theater Of Stone Renewable Energy: The Better Way Linking Fragmented Habitats Wilderness: Time Runs Out Gold Mining On Conglomerate […]

September 2008

Download PDF (4.3MB) THE ORV ISSUE  |  CONTENTS: • The Dilemma Of Access • California’s OHV Program: Opportunities For Better Management • ORVs Vs. Desert Landscapes • Solar In The California Desert: If We Put It Here, Where? • Federal Laws are Needed to Stop Damage • California Deserts And Economic Prosperity • Permits & Rider Education Required • Environmental Justice Short-Circuited […]

June 2008

Sunrise Powerlink: A Battle For California’s Energy Future View From The Editor: Let’s Not Forget Illegal Off-Road Vehicle Use: Curbing Recreation’s Bad Apples Renewable Energy Development: The Greenwash Climate Change, Energy, & The Desert: Where Are We Headed? The State Mining And Geology Board Darkling Developments On The Carrizo Plain Fire Planning For Desert Wilderness […]

March 2008

Download PDF (6.3MB) Renewable Energy Transmission: Build Only What Is Necessary “Big Solar” Coal-fired Power Plants In Nevada Good Morning, Sunshine: Life In A Newly Solar Electric Home A Feeding Frenzy In The Desert: The New California Gold Rush Current Issues Mining Contamination In The Mojave: We Pay For Our Past How Modern Wilderness Proposals […]

December 2007

Download PDF (3.4MB) CONTENTS: • National Landscape Conservation System: Preserving The Best Of The Rest Of The American West • National Landscape Conservation System: A BLM Employee’s Perspective • A New Future For The Whitewater Trout Farm • Saving The Forgotten Colorado River • Ft. Mojave Tribe/PG&E/DTSC Historic Settlement Reached • Current Issues • Uncertain Future For The Desert Cahuilla Prehistoric Area […]

September 2007

Protection of Historic & Cultural Resources From The Editor: Desert History Historical Resources in the California Desert China Lake NAWS Good Steward Of Material Culture Three Desert Museums Desert Societies, Then And Now Current Issues Grazing: The Essential Range Management Tool Tejon Ranch: A New State Or Federal Park? Deterring ORV Use & Lessening its […]

June 2007

Fight Is On Against “Sunrise Powerlink” From The Editor: You Are The Difference How The BLM Makes Decisions: Speak Your Mind And Be Heard Balancing Economic & Ecological Sustainability In Coachella Valley Mercury Emissions From Mines Under Pressure Little People Who Do Big Things Current Issues Sierra Club Works To Protect The Owyhee Canyonlands Outings […]

March 2007

Download PDF (5.8MB) Desert Fires From The Editor:Something New Water Wars And The California/Nevada Dilemma Ecological Health And Livestock Grazing Last Of The Central Valley Grasslands The First People of Imperial Valley Fairy Shrimp:Millions Of Years Old,But Endangered Today Friends Of Nevada Wilderness:22 Years Of Keeping Nevada Wild Lower Owens River:Success After Years Of Effort […]