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The Native American Land Conservancy

Our mission is to acquire, preserve and protect Native American sacred lands through protective land management,

educational programs, and scientific study.

The Land and Water Conservation Fund is vital to our desert

In 1964, Congress established the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) to help continue President Theodore Roosevelt’s legacy of national health through outdoor vigor...

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Coyote Hole Passes into Native American Hands

JOSHUA TREE — The Mojave Desert is filled with ancient petroglyphs and other symbols of the past preserved in the landscape. Community members have been working to protect a 30.25-acre plot in Joshua Tree rich with Native American history and on May 22, the county Board of Supervisors authorized the conveyance of the land to the Native American Land Conservancy, a group that aims to protect the history of the site

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Our shrinking national monuments

President Trump signed two executive orders on Monday to diminish the scale of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments in Utah — in the case of Bears Ears, by 85 percent.

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I’m so happy that Indian and non-Indian communities came together and formed the NALC to educate the people about who we are and where we come from.

Matthew Leivas Sr, Chemehuevi Elder and NALC Board Member