MBCA Annual Meeting 2022

MBCA's Annual Meeting theme is "The Last Joshua Tree? Climate Change and the Future of this Iconic Species." Our keynote speaker is Brendan Cummings of the Center for Biological Diversity, with additional remarks by Chris Clarke of the National Parks Conservation Association. Read our Press Release for more details. RSVP on this page to receive the Zoom link for the program. The link will be sent on Friday, January 28.
January 29, 2022 at 10:00am - 12pm

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  • Bill Lembright
    I will be working when this meeting is held, so I wanted to input the following. When I arrived in Lucerne Valley in 1978, there was only one Joshua tree on the property where I live. During rainy years 12 more have sprouted. I water them sparingly, but regularly. Instead of the questionable practice of fighting everchanging climate change, why not replicate our success here by supplying water to seedlings where possible, developing springs where possible, and creating large and small rainwater catch basins. I suspect we’ll end up with expanding numbers of trees, plus increases in bighorns and tortoises. Bill Lembright, Lucerne Valley
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