Desert Road

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  • ... heard about, and on passionate people protecting vital American landscapes, waters, and wildlife. There's nothing quite like this on national television; THIS AMERICAN LAND will be a ...
  • ... Energy, NRG, and Google on almost 4,000 acres of public land adjacent to the Mojave National Preserve . ... public comment at hearings on the project being held this week by the Bureau of Land Management. If the necropsy finds ...
  • ... of Cahuilla Indians were exploring the possibility of a land exchange in the hills around Palm Springs, and that the Agua Caliente ... the leadership of Chairman Richard Milanovich (who died this week after a long battle with cancer), have been notably ...
  • ... desert fish to a specially prepared refuge on the tribe's land , in an effort to restore a species that was once vital to the tribe's ... plants out. Both the tribe and USFWS speculate that if this project works to boost Owens pupfish numbers, the permit could be ...
  • Managing public lands : the evolution of the Bureau of Land Management and its role in protecting vast areas of federal land ... vital native grassland habitat for a declining species - this story from the pine savannas of South Carolina. Local communities in ...
  • Protecting the Chenier Plain: On the Gulf Coast in Texas and Louisiana, a wildlife-rich wetland and critically important industries are threatened by erosion and tidewater flooding. Cattle and bobwhite quail manage to coexist on grazing lands in south Texas - how does that work? Residents in Virginia have a plan to create protected wilderness and scenic areas in the George Washington National...
  • ... collapses. The way of speaking and writing in this new community is explored in this essay. Aridtopians speak and write ... for the distant planet that is inhospitable like the land below one's feet in the Mexican desert. Is there, was there, ...
  • ... reveals that artificial contraception can work to keep American bison from reproducing, apparently with no ill effects on ... to be somewhere around 60 million animals in 1492. But this study came about in special circumstances, as scientists struggle to ...
  • ... of revelation about themselves, and their frustrations with each other as they mature as individuals, dancers and sisters. Tension ...
  • ... commitment to cultural diversity and in celebration of American Indian Heritage Month, KCET has partnered with San Manuel Band ... four extraordinary leaders from our local community in this very special inaugural awards ceremony. The American Indian Heritage ...

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