About Us

A History of the Friends of Jawbone: Part One

Part One of Three of the History of the Friends of Jawbone, detailing the timeline of our organization from 1996 through the present day.

In this section: The formative days of the Friends of Jawbone from its inception in 1996 through the year 2000.

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A History of the Friends of Jawbone: Part Two

Part Two of Three of the History of the Friends of Jawbone, detailing the timeline of our organization from 1996 through the present day.

In this section: 2000-2010, recapping the events that took place over the course of the first decade of the new millennium.

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Monthly Stakeholder Meetings

Friends of Jawbone hosts monthly stakeholder meetings on the third Wednesday of each month at 9:00 AM. These stakeholder meetings are held at the BLM Jawbone Station Visitor Center, located at 28111 Jawbone Canyon Road, off of Highway 14, 20 miles north of Mojave. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

Regular participants include representatives of: Kern County Supervisors, Kern County Sheriff, Kern County Board of Trade, BLM’s Ridgecrest Field Office, California City, Red Rock Canyon State Park, Honda Proving Center, and the Jawbone Station Staff.

See full article for an active meeting schedule.

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Dedicated to Ed Waldheim

Man standing next to dirt bike

Founder of the Friends of Jawbone (FOJ)

Friends of Jawbone is a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)(3). If you or your business would like to support Friends of Jawbone, please click here.

Special Thanks To:

Please join us in thanking our Supporters:

Shaw Charitable Fund

PIONEER MEMBERSHIP

Please join us in thanking the sponsors of our 26th Moose Anderson Day:

Bureau of Land Management
Terra-Gen 

CarMax Foundation
Mojave Gold