DON’T CRUSH THE BRUSH
Desert plants keep the soil healthy and provide homes and food for wildlife. While these plants are specially adapted for harsh desert environments, they can also be destroyed easily if walked on or run over by a vehicle. Stick to trails and driving routes to keep our public lands healthy.
The Don’t Crush the Brush campaign was created by the Bishop Area Bureau of Land Management and the Community of Lone Pine, California in an effort to educate and encourage the visitors to the Alabama Hills to help protect the fragile desert environment. The Bureau of Land Management and the Alabama Hills Stewardship Group care for this area with the goal of preserving the Hills in as close as natural state as possible for the enjoyment of future generations.