• Steve Brown

Defend Joshua Tree National Park Against Major Planned Development

A proposed development known as Paradise Valley has raised its head once more. This development could create a new resort-style city of 15,000 people along the southern boundary of Joshua Tree National Park, jeopardizing critical wildlife habitat, and worsening sprawl. This project would forever degrade Joshua Tree National Park and the park's connectivity with other wildlife habitat.

Riverside County officials are conducting an environmental review of this proposed development and need to hear from those who love Joshua Tree National Park.

The National Parks Conservation Association makes it easy for you to submit your comments to Riverside County, HERE.

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