The Middle of Everywhere

As published on Desert Companion on July 2o, 2020 by Heidi Kyser About half an hour northwest of Laughlin in Nevada’s pointy southern tip lies Avi Kwa Ame, the Yuman name

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Crossroads of two historic landmarks

As published on MORE Fox 5 on July 15, 2020 It’s a crossroads of two historic landmarks: Walking Box Ranch & Honor Avi Kwa Ame. We traveled to the Mojave Desert, specifically

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Press Release: Honor Avi Kwa Ame Launches Supporting The Proposed National Monument

 HONOR AVI KWA AME LAUNCHES SUPPORTING THE PROPOSED  AVI KWA AME NATIONAL MONUMENT  An effort to create Nevada’s Fourth National Monument aims to protect and preserve sacred  Native American land that’s

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Public awareness campaign wants to preserve public land for 4th NV national monument

Public awareness campaign wants to preserve 350,000 acres of public land for fourth Nevada national monument As published in 8NewsNow.com on July 7, 2020 LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Honor Avi

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Honor Spirit Mountain Campaign Pushes For Nevada’s Fourth National Monument

As published in Las Vegas Weekly on July 2, 2020 A team of conservationists, tribal groups and recreationalists have launched a public awareness campaign to protect 350,000 acres of Southern

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Letter to the Editor: Mountain needs protections

As published in Las Vegas Sun on March 1, 2020 I was so happy to read the article on the proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument (Feb. 16, Las Vegas

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Proposed national monument south of Las Vegas gets boost from lands bill

Linda Otero isn’t used to thinking in terms of man-made borders and boundaries. As a member of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe, she believes all of the natural world originated

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