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Thank you for protecting the Monuments!

During the public comment period, over 1.4 public comments were submitted to the Department of the Interior

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Blessing the Monuments May 27th

On May 27, the NALC gathered with members of the Cahuilla, Chemehuevi, Hualapai, Hopi, Paiute, and Serrano tribes

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Youth Experience Native Culture in the Desert Monuments

On May 15, Cahuilla and Chemehuevi tribal youth joined local community members for a night of camping and cultural learning

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protected Joshua Tree National Park

@JoshuaTreeNPS says we still have responsibility to #protectCAdesert

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California's New Desert Monuments 

In February 2016, three new national monuments were created

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3rd Annual Latino Conservation Week a Success

President Obama created three new national monuments in the desert

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Coyote Hole Graffiti Clean-up

Native American Land Conservancy and invite you to participate in Graffiti Clean-up at Coyote Hole in Joshua Tree on July 16, 2016.  

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Support For California Desert National Monuments

Senator Dianne Feinstein to request President Obama to designate

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Upcoming: Learning Landscapes Program - See this year's Photos

Next Tour of the Old Woman Mountian Preserve - Spring 2016

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NALC Golf Tournament - Sharp Shooters!

NALC Congratulates Kris Long and Steven Stiles for a Hole in One at our Golf Tournament!

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Bobcat Trapping Ban Passes

The NALC celebrates the passage of the statewide ban on bobcat trapping, and supported this ban through a support letter.

2015 Totem Pole Journey

The NALC is assisting the coordination of the 2015 totem pole journey.

Blessing Ceremony at OWMP- May 23, 2015

The NALC celebrated new partnerships and restoration work at the Old Woman Mountains Preserve.

2015 Fashion Show a Success!- May 2, 2015

NALC congratulates its partner, the Theresa A. Mike Scholarship Foundation

Talk at George Wright Society – April 1, 2015

NALC research fellow gave a talk in a panel entitled: “Philanthropy, Place, Conservation, and Culture”  alongside Morning Star Gali and Angela Mooney D’Arcy.

Cahuilla Continuum exhibit

NALC celebrates opening of Cahuilla Continuum exhibit at Riverside Metropolitan Museum.

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