The Fremont-Kramer and Superior-Cronese Desert Wildlife Management Areas are located in the West Mojave Desert and provide habitat for threatened or endangered  species such as the desert tortoise, Mohave ground squirrel, and the Yuma clapper rail.  The region is also a popular "Limited Use" area for Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) recreation. Partnering with the Bureau of Land Management and California Department of Fish and Wildlife, THC has begun a long-term land management project within these Management Areas.

We own over 4000 acres of land in this area- scattered near Fremont Peak,  Cuddeback Lake, Harper Lake, and the Gravel Hills north of Highway 58 and east Highway 395.  In addition to these lands, we use grant funding to help manage and improve roughly 300,000 acres. 

Map of West Mojave Management Area