JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT LOOKS AT 5-YEAR PROJECT WITH JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT LOOKS AT 5-YEAR PROJECT WITH JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

The Joshua Basin Water District Board meets tonight. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says the board will look at a unique program with Joshua Tree National Park….

At tonight’s regular 7 p.m. board meeting of the Joshua Basin Water District directors will consider approval of a five-year pilot program between the District and the Park Service. The program involves collaboration on native plant issues. If approved, it is believed the agreement will become a model for the National Park Service to follow with other communities. In other actions the board will consider a resolution in support of a statewide water action plan. It all happens at the District office on Chollita Road in Joshua Tree.

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