For Secondary Students
Desert Water introduces students to water availability in and around Joshua Tree National Park. Students explore groundwater issues and how water basins are connected in this region of the desert. The lesson involves science, math, and social science standards.
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Did You Know?
With nearly 750 species of vascular plants, Joshua Tree is renowned for its plant diversity. No wonder that when the area was first proposed for preservation in the early 1930s, the name suggested was Desert Plants National Park. More...