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Where Can You See a Bighorn Sheep, Porcupine and Hyena?

The Living Desert introduces its newest additions Now there is even more to explore at The Living Desert with the addition of a Bighorn Sheep Ram, a North American Porcupine and a pair of Striped Hyenas all on exhibit. “New

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FREE ADMISSION FOR KIDS ON WEEKENDS AT THE LIVING DESERT

FREE ADMISSION FOR KIDS ON WEEKENDS AT THE LIVING DESERT’S CELEBRATION OF HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH SEPTEMBER 15 – OCTOBER 15The Living Desert is proud to honor Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The celebration of culture at the

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2nd Saturdays Downtown Nights Joshua Tree

2nd Saturdays Downtown Nights 9/13/14 Downtown Joshua Tree Joshua Tree, CA 92252 Every 2nd Saturday of the month, join us in Joshua Tree for art, food, music, shopping, and fun. Many Joshua Tree downtown businesses will be open late for

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Sunnylands Olive Harvest

Sunnylands Olive Harvest You are invited to participate in Sunnylands’ first olive harvest on Saturday, September 13, beginning at 6:30 am! Individuals, families, community groups, master gardeners, and novice olive pickers can help pick the fruit from cut branches (no

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New Report Warns of Massive Public Health as Salton Sea Declines

New Report Warns of Massive Public Health, Property, and Environmental Costs as Salton Sea Declines.  Story Courtesy of the The Pacific Institute September 3, 2014 – Oakland, Calif.: A new report released today by the Oakland-based Pacific Institute warns the shrinking

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Salton Sea Sunset

Salton Sea Sunset by Peter Tellone Photographer Peter has been capturing the beauty of the Coachella Valley for years. You can see his work here and read more about Peter here Peter has kindly allowed us to showcase some his work

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Caltech-based seismologist says Napa earthquake damage predictable, preventable

Much of the significant damage caused by a 6.1-magnitude earthquake that struck near Napa Sunday could have been prevented, US Geological Survey seismologist Lucy Jones said Sunday. The earthquake occurred at 3:20 a.m. Sunday around 6 miles southwest of Napa and resulted in 89 injuries and left

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Preserving Chino Canyon

  The Friends of the Palm Springs Mountains (Friends) has been working for many years to preserve the critical habitat and scenic open space area at the entry to Palm Springs known as the Chino Cone. At the heart of

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