Keep Red Rock Rural

Heather Fisher
Heather Fisher 15249 Comments
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We, the undersigned, encourage local, state and federal officials and relevant agencies to protect the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and vicinity from the negative impacts of non-rural development, and to preserve and enhance the conservation and recreation opportunities for which the NCA was created.

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Save Red Rock Coalition

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  • Kathleen Lemieux-Cooney Trent
    Kathleen Lemieux-Cooney Trent United States, Kirkland
    Feb 17, 2018
    Feb 17, 2018
    I grew up in Vegas, my family still lives there. It remains a part of me and I CARE. We will not stand by and watch our last refuge be bulkdozed and filled with concrete, over run with new traffic. Red Rock IS a natural refuge that must stay natural. Keep developers out! We have watched our town be run over, every last natural wonder, Las Vegas, “the medows” was a beautiful natural wonder (which is why the trail settlers stopped theirs in the first place). We have seen every natural sand dune, every natural cliff side haven for foxes, turtles, owls...the list goes on, absolutely ransacked for development when simply a little bit of city planning could have saved. There was/ is PLENTY of land to develop. There could have been care during Vegas’ development to save these natural high desert wonders....but no thought was given. Please take notice to this one remaining natural wonder, Red Rock. It’s not a place for housing, not a place for strip malls, nor condos, nor anything. It is simply a beautiful piece of a miraculous and splendid example of Gods handy work that should be left as that. Please do not allow this beautiful wonder to be developed. It is a refuge. It is nature. It is God land. Please leave it be.
  • Claire Young
    Claire Young United States, Las Vegas
    Feb 17, 2018
    Feb 17, 2018
    Visited Red Rock for the first time this year on a business trip to Nevada and I cannot imagine having all that beautiful land turned into a crammed housing development to line the pockets of a developer. I will be back in August for another business trip and cannot wait to visit Red Rock then, without the ugly eyesore of an unnecessary housing development.
  • anonymous user
    anonymous user United States, Torrance
    Jan 27, 2018
    Jan 27, 2018
    stop overdevelopment and urbanization right now. stop ecocide now! nature is a right not a privilege.
  • Connie Huynh
    Connie Huynh United States, Las Vegas
    Nov 27, 2017
    Nov 27, 2017
    Keep Red Rock Rural!
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