Nevada’s newest monument? Proponents want it to be Avi Kwa Ame

As Published by Shea Johnson on Las Vegas Review Journal on June 10, 2021 Seven miles west of Searchlight, surrounded by Joshua trees, there is a Spanish Colonial Revival home

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Press Release: Searchlight Town Advisory Board Gives Unanimous Approval to Support Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument

Searchlight Town Advisory Board Gives Unanimous Approval to Support Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument LAS VEGAS (June 10, 2021) Last night, with Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft in attendance,

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Press Release: Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument Earns Support from Nevada Chapter of International Dark Skies Association and Las Vegas Astronomical Society

Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument Earns Support from Nevada Chapter of International Dark Skies Association and Las Vegas Astronomical Society The two prestigious organizations send letters of support during

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Land Battle Brewing Over ‘World’s Largest Joshua Tree Forest’ in Southern Nevada

As Published by Shannon Miller, Tyler Harrison on Fox 5 News Las Vegas on March 26, 2021 LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — At the site of what could be Nevada’s newest

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Press Release: New Threat of Development Ignites Efforts to Protect Navada’s Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument

NEW THREAT OF DEVELOPMENT IGNITES EFFORTS TO PROTECT NEVADA’S PROPOSED AVI KWA AME NATIONAL MONUMENT Alliance of conservation groups fighting for protecting the Native ancestorial lands urges the public to

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Press Release: Boulder City Council Passes Resolution Supporting Protection of  Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument

BOULDER CITY COUNCIL PASSES RESOLUTION SUPPORTING PROTECTION OF PROPOSED AVI KWA AME NATIONAL MONUMENT Boulder City Council continues its leadership in conservation and promoting the growth of outdoor recreation tourism. LAS

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Press Release: Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument Deemed Critical to “30 by 30” During Nevada Assembly Committee Legislative Hearing  March 10, 2021

PROPOSED AVI KWA AME NATIONAL MONUMENT DEEMED CRITICAL TO “30 BY 30” DURING NEVADA ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE LEGISLATIVE HEARING MARCH 10TH, 2021 In Nevada, 82 percent of voters support the initiative

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With New Administration, Advocates Push For National Monument in Clark County

As published by Daniel Rothberg on the Nevada Independent on February 11, 2021 Last month, President Joe Biden committed to protecting 30 percent of U.S. land and waters by 2030.

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Monument Supporters

The designation of Avi Kwa Ame as Nevada’s 4th National Monument is supported by the following entities: Fort Mojave Indian Tribe Boulder City Chamber of Commerce Boulder City Council Alan

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Press Release: Nevada’s Proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument is Critical in Achieving Protection of 30 Percent of U.S. Lands and Waters by 2030

NEVADA’S PROPOSED AVI KWA AME NATIONAL MONUMENT IS CRITICAL IN ACHIEVING PROTECTION OF 30 PERCENT OF U.S. LANDS AND WATERS BY 2030 In Nevada, 71 percent of voters support the

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