• Willie Kuhn

    This is a great article on an important topic!
    Red Rock is an amazing and beautiful space, worthy of preserving for its own beauty and for the incredible nearby wildlife. But Red Rock has been impacted. Significant increases in visitors forced BLM to increase limits on public access, charge entrance fees, and make urban – like ‘improvements’; making what used to be a remote and primitive wonderland look more like Disneyland. A public debate on local housing is in order, but the ‘real Red Rock’ passed away many years ago. I suggest the focus be ensuring BLM and other public lands around the park REMAIN public, so the nearby wildlife and those public scenic landscapes are preserved.