Welcome to the Morongo Basin Conservation Association.  MBCA advocates for the healthy desert environment that nurtures the region's rural character, cultural wealth and economic well-being.   If you share that vision, join us
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    50th Anniversary Energy Summit Report

    Nearly 100 Morongo Basin residents attended MBCA's 50th Anniversary Energy Summit on January 26 in Yucca Valley.

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    Keynote speakers Angelina Galiteva and S. David Freeman were described as "impressive" and "challenging" speakers.
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    Dr. Galiteva described the growing number of renewable energy achievements in California, noted in the Event Summary and illustrated in her PowerPoint slides. Mr. Freeman strongly emphasized that citizens must advocate for legislation demanding changes to move quickly toward 100% renewable energy.

    The afternoon panel of four regional conservation leaders each described their organization's goals that are - in different ways - focused on desert preservation, environmental education, and climate change awareness. Links to their PowerPoint slides can also be found within the event summary below.

    Here are some evaluation responses from those attending:
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  • Upcoming events

    Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 12:30 PM
    Plant Yoda's Den in Morongo Valley, CA

    The Joy of Gardening with Desert Native Plants Workshop

    Learn from desert plant expert Robin Kobaly how to plant, irrigate, and care for a native plant garden through graphics and live samples. The workshop takes place at a location in Yucca Valley which will be shared following your registration. There is a $55 fee including instruction and handouts. Details and registration links maybe found at the Power of Plants website. 

    Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 06:00 PM
    Hi Desert Nature Museum in Yucca Valley, CA

    California Native Plant Society Meeting and Speaker

    In an effort to inform the audience about significant natural areas of southern California that are currently under threat of development, the Mojave Chapter of the CNPS will present Nick Jensen, CNPS SoCal Conservation Analyst, speaking about The Centennial Project. The Mojave Chapter of the CNPS meets the third Wednesday of each month. The meeting is free.

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  • Pat Flanagan
    commented 2017-07-12 21:28:54 -0700
    Thank You. this new Events service is much appreciated.