Eastern Mojave Vegetation Squaw Cabbage (Streptanthus inflatus) along the Grass Valley Route.  


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  Squaw Cabbage (<i>Streptanthus inflatus</i>) along the Grass Valley Route.
A portion of the Grass Valley Route threads the boundary between the China Lake Naval Weapons Station and the Grass Valley Wilderness. This portion is known informally as the "Northwest Passage" as it is the only route through this area and avoids a lengthy detour. The Navy has built a stout barbed wire fence along the border, with a ditch and a berm just inside. These Squaw Cabbage (Streptanthus inflatus) have found the berm to be a preferred habitat, and are very grateful to the Navy.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • Grass Valley Route - Central Mojave Desert: 14000.

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