As funding becomes more of a challenge for all of us, FOJT is reaching out to you, our climbing community, for help. We are looking for knowledge on grant monies, endowment opportunities, donations, matching funds or work related charities. Employers could use our 501(c)(3) status for tax benefits. We need to find new revenue streams… Read More


The NPS has initiated a boundary adjustment study that considers returning over 20,000 acres of land in the Eagle Mountain area back to the park. The draft document is out with a variety of alternatives with the majority of land to be returned currently under BLM Management. See below for resources to better understand the… Read More


Get involved and stay connected. The County of San Bernardino is updating Joshua Tree’s Community Plan and invites you to a series of workshops to learn what is going on, ask questions, take surveys and voice your opinions. If you are passionate about recreation opportunities and a healthy rec environment in and around Joshua Tree,… Read More


Friends Of Joshua Tree supports JOSAR (the volunteer Search & Rescue in JTNP) very actively… but you might ask ‘What Does SAR do’? and ‘How do they do it’? Or maybe ‘How might I Get Involved’? JOSAR performs a crucial function in and around the Park performing searches, evacuations, and treatment on site of lost… Read More


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In April, some Friends of Joshua Tree board members, along with two different youth groups and staff of JTNP (even the Superintendent and his children) joined together to recreate, celebrate and educate in the Park over a weekend. These youth had never been to any national park, and most had never camped. They were from… Read More


Volunteer with the Park to help eradicate an invasive species (Saharan Mustard) and give native plants a chance! Here’s the Schedule: February 18 and 25, March 4 (Sunday) and March 17 Weed pulls will be from 8:00-1:00 on Saturdays; Please RSVP so we can anticipate equipment needs and inform you of any potential schedule changes:… Read More