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ASH MEADOWS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Jack Longstreet was one of the legendary gunslingers of the early West, arriving in Nevada in 1880 with a shadowy past and soon famous as a dangerous man for his skill with a gun. He avoided his enemies by living in remote locations and he took refuge in Ash Meadows, approximately 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas. Known today as Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) and famous for its spring fed pools with endangered desert pupfish, Jack Longstreet built a cabin in 1895 out of local stone in the side of one of these spring mounds so that he would have access to spring water if he ever had to barricade himself inside. Longstreet championed the rights of the Southern Paiute, with whom he often lived, and was well-known for defending the rights of mine workers during disputes. The Longstreet Cabin was recently restored and provided with accessible pathways combining both boardwalk structures and NaturalPAVE XL Resin Pavement pathways. Similar pavement treatments are planned for the upcoming construction of the Ash Meadows NWR Visitor Center which will highlight a wildlife refuge that features 24 plants and animals found nowhere else in the world.

 

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