How Desert Advocates Are Trying To Protect The Landscape They Love (Pacific Standard)

Pacific Standard
July 5th, 2018

Out on the Mojave Desert Land Trust’s Section 33, a 624-acre parcel of desert apportioned by railroad checkerboarding in the 1850s, the trash is everywhere. in every line of sight. Styrofoam, plastic bags, candy wrappers—some of it thrown from the highway, some blown in from the nearby middle school (“It’s amazing how much trash they make up there,” marveled Adam Henne, a volunteer coordinator with MDLT)…

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