We are working tirelessly to ensure that the natural beauty and endangered species of the Oswit Canyon and South Lykken Trail in Palm Springs are protected from the impact of high-density residential development.

 

This pristine, open land is home to protected migratory birds and several threatened animal species, including endangered Peninsular Bighorn Sheep.

Photo by Robert Bell

 

UPCOMING SAVE OSWIT CANYON FUNDRAISING EVENT!

Join us for a very special Save Oswit Canyon fundraiser event on February 25th from 6 to 8 p.m.! Lucie Arnaz, daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, will present vintage family home movies and share personal anecdotes about what life was like in Palm Springs with Lucy, Desi, their family and famous friends. The event will be hosted at the H3K Design showroom in downtown Palm Springs, featuring cocktails and appetizers, with rare Hollywood memorabilia from Nostalgia PS available for purchase at the event with proceeds benefitting the Committee to Save Oswit Canyon.

Tickets are limited, so be sure to get yours soon before it sells out! 


FIRST MAJOR MILESTONE ACHIEVED!

Thanks to your dedication and hard work, we have now officially submitted more than 5,000 signatures in support of the Citizens’ Initiative to the City of Palm Springs!

But there is still more work to do.

HELP OSWIT NOW →

Photo by Markku Lahdesmaki

Photo by Markku Lahdesmaki