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Close to home: MDLT brings vision for desert conservation to the Victor Valley

Sandwiched between Apple Valley’s desert floor and the forested San Bernardino Mountains, Rock Springs Ranch boasts pristine desert, panoramic views, riparian areas, oddly formed boulders, three natural springs and caves where ancient artifacts have been found.
MDLT officials say the purchase strengthens the status of the protected Juniper Flats.

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Architect Ron Radziner joins MDLT’s Board

Noted architect Ron Radziner has been appointed to the Mojave Desert Land Trust’s Board of Directors, a move that brings an”exciting new dimension” to the accomplished group, according to organization officials.

National Park Service Expands Death Valley Park With Private Land Purchase

The National Park Service has purchased hundreds of acres of private land within Death Valley National Park.

Park officials released a statement today, saying the 680 acres are a “stunning” addition to the park’s cultural and geological history.

The seven tracts were acquired from the Mojave Desert Land Trust, which purchases land from willing sellers for conservation purposes.

Death Valley National Park adds 680 acres with land purchase

Death Valley National Park has grown slightly for the second time this year.

The National Park Service on Tuesday announced the acquisition of just over 680 acres of private land at seven locations within the 3.4 million acre park 100 miles west of Las Vegas.

The parcels were purchased from the Mojave Desert Land Trust, a California nonprofit that buys land from willing sellers for conservation purposes.

‘Legendary’ bus back on familiar turf

In a statement, MDLT Executive Director Geary Hund said his organization was pleased to work with MDHCA to “find the best possible home for this significant cultural object.”

Auf den falschen Baum gesetzt

Der Spiegel April 3, 2019 Auch eine Organisation zum Schutz der Mojave-Wüste schaltete sich ein. “Wir fordern Miley Cyrus auf, sich ihrer Wirkung als öffentliche Figur bewusst zu sein und das Foto zu entfernen”, schrieb der Direktor des “Mojave Desert Land Trust”, Geary Hund. Der Baum habe ein empfindliches Wurzelsystem und könne Schaden nehmen, wenn…