Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 1, 2019

Joshua Trees Destroyed in National Park During Shutdown May Take Centuries to Regrow

The New York Times reported

With most of the park’s rangers furloughed, vandals and inconsiderate guests ran amok. A small number of the park’s namesake trees were outright destroyed. Replacing them may take centuries, according to conservationists.CreditCredit

Read story Joshua Trees Destroyed in National Park During Shutdown May Take Centuries to Regrow – The New York Times


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