A number of volunteers recently put on their sunblock and donned their shades to help restore an area known as Coyote Hole that had been recently donated to the Mojave Land Trust. The area, located near Joshua Tree in the southwest, had been damaged due to illegal campers and off-roaders in the area.
Thanks to several local volunteers and their helpers, the area is being restored back to its original state, which will in turn help the native vegetation thrive and increase dust control to the area that has been trashed by so many.
While the land will eventually be open to locals, according to a recent newspaper article, once it is preserved and wildlife as well as other native species return, the area will be closed to any active campers and hikers, in addition to illegal off-roading.
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