Letter: MBCA Requests Land & Water Funds for Mojave Trails Acquisition
Posted byon May 20, 2020
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Posted by· June 02, 2020 2:30 PMAdd your reaction ShareMBCA has forwarded a letter of support to U.S. Interior Secretary Bernhardt and California Bureau of Land Management Director Karen Mouritsen for the BLM to acquire Land and Water Conservation Fund resources for purchasing lands within the Mojave Trails National Monument. MBCA also signed on to two group letters (May 8 and May 21) on the same topic. The LCWF provides grants for federal-state partnerships for conservation and public recreation projects. The 6,213 acres of interest in the Mojave Trails National Monument contain cultural sites and are part of important habitat linkages.Posted by· June 14, 2017 7:55 PMContinue reading → Add your reaction Share
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