As the sun sets over the mountains and the sun rises above the ocean, there’s a sense of quiet in the desert, and there’s nothing to do but stare at the horizon.
This quiet is the Lunar Landing Project, a $50 million initiative to revitalize a section of the National Park Service’s Lands At Risk program.
Lands at Risk, which pays for maintenance, rehabilitation and restoration of national parks and wilderness areas, has been a source of contention for decades.
It is one of the nation’s most important federal land management programs and a critical source of federal funds.
Since its inception, the program has received an estimated $500 billion in federal funding.
Many have argued that it is the single largest source of revenue for the federal government.
The program, which was created in 1955, was created to protect our national parks, but has also been a primary source of funding for the military, as well as for the environmental, educational, and economic needs of American citizens.
Lander’s Landing, the largest of its kind in the country, will be built in the Mojave Desert.
In its first three years, the site will serve as a research site, a cultural attraction, and a visitor center.
The $50-million project is being funded through a partnership between the National Parks Conservation Association, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The project is also being funded by private donations.
The goal of Lands at Risk is to establish permanent, protected habitat for a number of species of migratory birds, including the common and western flocks of the western mountain gray parrot.
The land at Risk includes about 25,000 acres, including four national monuments.
The project will be a key component of the effort to create new protected habitat on the West Coast.
The land at Lands at Cost, a project of the New York-based Center for Biological Diversity, is another major conservation project in the area.
The 1.4 million acres in the New Jersey and New York state parks are being restored and developed as a conservation reserve.
The restoration effort will include the construction of a visitor complex and interpretive center, the creation of a park and open space area, and other park-related projects.
In total, the restoration project is expected to add up to $6.6 billion to the state’s economy.
While the restoration effort is currently underway, Lander’s landing is not yet complete.
Construction on the project began in 2015.
The $50M program is intended to revitalise land, but also to improve the ecological health of the land, which is a significant source of economic activity for the region.
The site will be used to train and conduct research on wildlife ecology, which will be funded through the National Geographic Society, the nonprofit Conservation Law Institute, the Center for Bioethics and the Center on Global Justice.