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HOW YOU CAN HELP US HELP SAVE THE JOSHUA TREES.

STEPS TO HELP PROTECT THE WESTERN JOSHUA TREES Link to the Center for Biological Diversity Petition https://www.biologicaldiversity.org/species/plants/pdfs/CESA-petition-Western-Joshua-Tree-10-15-19.pdf UPDATE : THE DEADLINE HAS PASSED FOR WRITING TO CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME, HOWEVER WE NEED AS MANY VOICES RATHER JOSHUA TREES NEED AS MANY VOICES PRESENT TO SPEAK UP AND SAY YOU SUPPORT THE CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY PETITION FOR THE ONE YEAR STUDY OF THE WESTERN JOSHUA TREE THAT WOULD DETERMINE A THREATENED STATUS AND PROTECTION UNDER CALIFORNIA ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT (CESA) ON AUGUST 20, 2020 STARTING AT 8:30 AM, CLICK HERE FOR THE AGENDA AND HOW TO SIGN UP VIA ZOOM. YOU

CALL TO ACTION - PROTECT THE WESTERN JOSHUA TREE

photo by Casey Keiran of Joshua Tree Workshops Time is ticking and we need your help. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has moved the hearing regarding the Center for Biological Diversity petition seeking the one year study to determine a threatened status under the California Endangered Species Act for the Western Joshua Tree Yucca brevifolia We are facing critical times because of Yucca Valley council who is in opposition and has written their own petition to not allow the study and now state assemblyman Chad Mayes has written a bill that would override fish and wildlife. So we need as much help in ensuring the protection of this endemic iconic species of the Mojave. You can

The Joshua Trees Need Your Voice of Protection.

If you missed Brendan Cummings, Conservation Director of Center for Biological Diversity presentation in June of why the Joshua Tree needs protection, Brendan a Joshua Tree local environmentalist will once again share this timely information of why Yucca brevifolia Western Joshua Tree needs your protection to prevent their possible extinction. Mojave Desert Land Trust will host the zoom presentation which will inform you from the ecology of the Western Joshua Tree to threats from climate change, wildfire, habitat loss due to urban development. Please register and share this information, you do not have to be a resident of the Mojave Desert to write the California Department of Fish and Wil