Some 7,000 acres of land was permanently protected this year through conservation efforts by The Mojave Desert Land Trust — including a highly significant acquisition of property in the Cadiz Valley.
What Was Protected?
The 640-acre property in the Cadiz Valley located in Mojave Trails National Monument. It’s significant because the property contains ample signs of wildlife with little human disturbance.
In total, more than 8,000 acres of this monument have been preserved over the years.