And then there is the Joshua Tree, itself.
"You may be at ease with pine, or hardwood, or find shade under the domesticated trees of your city park, but the high desert, Joshua is our tree. It is an important part of the Mojave Desert ecosystem, providing habitat for numerous birds, mammals, insects, and lizards. Joshua tree forests tell a story of survival, resilience, and beauty born through perseverance. They are the silhouette that reminds those if us who live here that we are home."
- Jane Rodgers Vegetation Specialist for National Parks
A desert landscape full of dreams. Journey with us.