We have a historic opportunity to permanently protect public lands in the California desert by designating Mojave Trails, Sand to Snow, and Castle Mountains National Monuments.

National monument designations for Mojave Trails, Sand to Snow, and Castle Mountains means that these pristine landscapes will be preserved for current and future generations to enjoy, and will continue to be accessible for traditional uses and recreation activities like hiking, camping, hunting and more.

This push for national monument designations is a ground-up proposal with over a decade of work by local leaders on legislative efforts to protect these incredible areas the California desert while supporting the local tourism and outdoor recreation economy. It has widespread support from community leaders, business owners, veterans, faith leaders, anglers, sportsmen, historians, artists, outdoor enthusiasts, conservationists, and concerned citizens.

National monuments designations will put a star on the map for each of these lands we love, and places we play.

We can protect Mojave Trails, Sand to Snow and Castle Mountains immediately as national monuments while work continues on the more comprehensive California Desert Conservation & Recreation Act legislation.

Learn more about the three protected Monument areas:

Campaign for the California Desert Come out and enjoy Sand to Snow, Mojave Trails and Castle Mountains National Monuments in Riverside, CA this weekend at this Monumental Anniversary Pop- Up Photo Exhibition!
Monumental Anniversary: Pop-up Photo Exhibition Monumental Anniversary: Pop-up Photo Exhibition Immerse yourself in the beauty of our three national monuments by joining us at Division 9 Gallery. The show will be exhibiting the beautiful photography of Jack Thompson, David Lamfrom, Mark Lundquist, Mariana Maguire, Frazier Haney, and Kerry Puckett. Their work captures the essence of the Sand to Snow, Mojave Trails, and Castle Mountain National Monuments, ensuring that you will personally want to visit this magnificent wild lands, and the best part - they are just beyond our own backyard.

Missed out on Cosme Cordova's ceramic creations? Don't fret, Lodo Creation will also be on display, bringing together nature and earthenware.

Sumérjate en la belleza de nuestros tres monumentos nacionales uniéndose con nosotros a Division 9 Gallery. Exhibirá la hermosa obra de Jack Thompson, David Lamfrom, y Mariana Maguire. Su obra capta la esencia de los Monumentos Nacionales de Sand to Snow, Mojave Trails, y Castle Mountain, asegurando que usted querrá visitar estas tierras, y lo mejor de todo - que están un nuestro propio patio.

¿Perdiste las creaciones cerámicas de Cosme Córdova? No se preocupe, Lodo Creation también estará en exhibición, reuniendo la naturaleza y ...
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Mojave Desert Land TrustThank you KCET for featuring our Mojave Monuments Adventure Kits! We can't wait to see more people out exploring the hidden gems of the desert. https://www.kcet.org/redefine/five-secret-desert-places-to-visit-this-year-instead-of-joshua-tree
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Campaign for the California Desert Haven't been able to get your hands on one of our Mojave Monuments Adventure Kits? Great news -- you can explore some of our content online! Click here to explore our new Desert Monuments Adventure KitSee More webpage: http://www.mojavemonuments.org/See Less24.01.2017 at 08:00 amLike
Campaign for the California Desert We are lucky to live in a place with so many public lands. From Joshua Tree National Park to the area’s newest national monuments — Mojave Trails, Sand to Snow, and Castle Mountains — these publicSee More lands preserve our region’s pioneering history, Native American cultural sites, and our landscape’s natural and geological wonders.- Jocelyn Giron California Desert fellow

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Campaign for the California Desert Campaign for the California Desert shared Mojave Desert Land Trust's photo.
Mojave Desert Land TrustMDLT would like to thank all supporters that came out on Thursday night to Mappy Hour to learn more about our desert monuments. We hope you are now empowered to get out and enjoy them! #MonumentsForAll
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