With so much work to do in the desert, how do you go about designing and designing the most beautiful landscape in the country?
Here’s a look at what we know and what you should know about desert landscapes.
— Mark PurdyPhoto: Courtesy of Mark PruceThe American West was once considered the most lush and fertile region in the world.
The plains, prairies and mountains were dotted with bountiful prairie grasslands, vast prairie vistas and pristine waterfalls.
The great American West is the home of the Colorado River, one of the world’s longest rivers.
The river runs through the heart of the American Southwest, and as a result, is the world headquarters of one of America’s oldest and most influential tribes, the Hopi.
In the past two decades, the American West has been a target of destructive development, largely in the form of mega-projects.
These include the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), which was built to carry crude oil from North Dakota to Illinois, and the Dakota Gateway Pipeline (DKP), which is a project to link the North Dakota oil fields to the Gulf of Mexico.
In addition to the DAPL and DKP, construction on the Keystone XL pipeline has been delayed.
The land is also being ravaged by climate change.
In the United States, the land is being used for cattle ranching and industrial grazing, which are two major causes of deforestation.
According to the American Forest Service, cattle ranchers and ranchers are responsible for a staggering $5 billion of deforestation each year.
The United States Forest Service estimates that livestock grazing and other land use contributes nearly $4.3 billion in environmental damages annually.
With the loss of forests and landscapes, the forest ecosystem is also in serious danger of disappearing.
The United States has about 2.6 million square miles of forests, and more than 7 million square yards of wetlands.
Wildlife habitat is also disappearing in the U.S. According in the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the number of species listed as threatened with extinction in the past five years has risen by about a quarter.
The most dramatic threat is the decline of forest cover in the American Southeast, the U to S.
West of the Great Basin and along the Mississippi River, the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Northwest are also being decimated by the effects of climate change, according to the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
The Southwest is becoming a desert.
In fact, in 2017, the entire country was experiencing extreme heat.
The summer was already scorching, and a record heat wave was predicted.
But now that temperatures are set to reach the upper 80s in some areas, the heat is set to increase.
It could lead to more frequent heat waves, which could lead people to abandon their homes and move out of their homes, the National Weather Service reported.
The National Weather Bureau has already warned that the area around Las Vegas could see temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit by the end of the week.
The deserts are becoming increasingly desolate.
The number of deserts in the Southwest has tripled in the last decade.
In 2017, there were just over 5 million square kilometers of deserts, compared to over 15 million square km in 2007.
The desertification has become an increasing problem in recent years.
The U.N. estimates that between 2050 and 2100, desertification is predicted to cause a loss of over 8 million square meters of land, and will lead to a loss in biodiversity of over 10 percent of the land surface in the Americas.
In addition, more than half of the planet’s species are threatened by desertification, according the UCR.
In 2018, desert species numbers in the continental U. S. will be at least 25 percent smaller than in 2045.