Cadiz, Inc. Project Commentary

While MBCA and many other conservation advocates have spoken against the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project, KCET recently published a commentary from Cadiz, Inc. in response to project criticisms.  
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2017 Annual Meeting & Water Symposium Report

At MBCA's 48th Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 28, members and supporters of MBCA heard a brief summary of MBCA's 2016 accomplishments and challenges, followed by an inspiring story of teaching high school students to appreciate the natural environment, ending with an information-rich panel presentation by local water officials.

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Eagle Mountain Meeting Follow-Up

A number of MBCA members and supporters attended the January 18 meeting in Palm Desert in support of the process of transferring Eagle Mountain area lands back to Joshua Tree National Park.  
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Board member Seth Shteir, left, and President Sarah Kennington, extreme right
Please consider writing a supporting comment letter by February 16, 2017.  Go to our Call to Action page for more details.
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E-Blast: January 15, 2017

  • MBCA Annual Meeting and Water Symposium – Jan. 28, 2017
  • Return Eagle Mountain Lands to JTN
  • Stop 2,220 home development - Mission Creek
  • Apple Valley’s Habitat Conservation Pla
  • Renewable Energy News – CA.’s RE Transmission Initiative
 
 
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Supporting our National Park

In support of our treasured Joshua Tree National Park, MBCA has sent a letter to Senator Feinstein and Congressman Cook encouraging them to fund the backlog of maintenance needs across the National Park Service locations.  The letter points out the direct link between a healthy National Park and a healthy local economy.
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New Comment on California's Renewable Energy Planning

MBCA continues to keep an eye on California's Renewable Energy planning process.  In this letter crafted by our Board member Pat Flanagan, MBCA comments on concerns with the current planning process that, among other things, overlooks the extent of dust pollution created by excessive large-scale renewable energy projects. 
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Letter: Renewable Energy Transmission Initiative 2.0

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Cadiz Water Project Commentary

Published on the KCET Redefine blog, Joshua Tree resident Sant Khalsa's commentary, "Opinion:  Water Project Would Hurt New National Monument" provides background and details on the current status of the ill-conceived Project.
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Letter: Supporting Our National Park

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National Park Proposed Land Transfer

The Department of the Interior recently announced the latest step in the process of adding about 20,000 acres to Joshua Tree National Park. The "Eagle Mountain Boundary Study" began about two years ago and the current action moves another step toward final action. 

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