Joshua Tree National Park Council for the Arts
Joshua Tree National Park Council for the Arts was formed in 2013-2014 to help foster the spirit of artistic expression inspired by the park, celebrate the park’s majestic landscape and precious wildlife, preserve the park’s cultural history, and support the preservation, enhancement, and sustainability of the entire California Deserts Region.
Joshua Tree National Park covers nearly 800,000 acres of Southern California desert and encompasses three distinct ecosystems: the Mojave Desert across the northern part of the park; the Colorado Desert portion of the Sonoran Desert, covering the southern and eastern portions of the park; and the Little San Bernardino Mountains on the western side. The park is known around the world for its spacious vistas, colorful mountains, monolithic rock formations, desert playas, hiking, rock climbing, Native American history, historic mining sites, and vast array of wildlife, including its namesake, the strange and proud icon of the California desert, the Joshua tree.
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