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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As published by Deborah Wall on the Boulder City Review on November 11, 2020 Outdoor lovers have long recognized the special character of the southernmost part of Clark County with
As published by Deborah Wall on the Las Vegas Review-Journal on November 7, 2020 Outdoor lovers have long recognized the special character of southernmost Nevada, with its wide expanses of
As published on the Las Vegas Sun on November 5, 2020 By Heather Fisher Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020 | 2 a.m. Aristotle once said, “in all things of nature, there
As published on E&E News on October 20, 2020 In a land of twisted limbs and giant Dr. Seuss-like branches reaching toward the sky, it stood out among the others.
As published on the Reno Gazette Journal by Amy Alonzo on October 12, 2020 In a land of twisted limbs and giant Dr. Seuss-like branches reaching toward the sky, it
As published by KTNV in Las Vegas on September 30, 2020 The proposed Avi Kwa Ame (pronounced Ah-VEE kwa-ah-may) National Monument, home to our country’s biggest Joshua tree forest, now
RECORD-SETTING JOSHUA TREE DISCOVERED AT THE PROPOSED AVI KWA AME NATIONAL MONUMENT IN SOUTHERN NEVADA Nevada’s largest Joshua Tree is one of the top three of its kind in the
As published by US News & World Report on September 8, 2020 by The Associated Press RENO, NEV. (AP) — LOCAL tribes and national conservation groups are lobbying to establish