Don’t miss our first presentation in the 2013-14 season: History in Gold Butte Presentation by Milton Hokanson National Park Service Interpretive Ranger, Milton Hokanson will speak at the Friends of Gold Butte, “Education Series” on September 18, 2013. Mr. Hokanson has a special gift of recalling historical facts and tidbits and weaving them into a..
Efforts to protect Gold Butte Highlighted Mesquite – The Gold Butte region and local citizens who are working to protect it, will be featured in an upcoming episode of This American Land, an environmental news program airing on PBS stations nationwide. This American Land is a series that delves into key environmental issues of the..
We all know Gold Butte is a special place and we’d be fooling ourselves to think people won’t continue to discover Gold Butte and the number of visitors won’t continue to grow. In the wake of more efforts to increase tourism, it’s something we need to embrace and not look the other way. In doing..
Great new video on Gold Butte – thanks Par!
Sometimes, we just need to take a break from our advocacy hard work and showcase the activities on the ground. Recently, one of our Board of Directors, Tony Barron, took this picture of all the bottles he collected on one of his regular bike rides between his home in Mesquite and Gold Butte Road. Here’s..
Originally Posted in the Desert Valley Times July 18, 2011 I used to think that deserts were brown and dead. Nothing but cactus and sand. Just the quiet sound of the wind blowing. Sun burning the back of your neck making you want to scream for water. Lifeless. That is, until I took my first..
Originally posted on 7/11/2011 in the Desert Valley Times David Bly, Editor The Desert Valley Times regularly covers these monthly lectures — they offer interesting and instructive insights on a broad range of artistic subjects, and we enjoy writing about them. It wouldn’t be kosher to write a news feature about myself, but I have..