Geer and Rogers Cabins are mining cabins in the Mojave National Preserve. The two cabins represent the first half of the 20th century mining era in the preserve. The cabins need cleaning, structural stabilization of roofs, and repairs of windows, floors, and doors. The preserve wants to make the historic structures safe for visitors to explore and experience the early mining era and to preserve the mining history for future generations. Cornerstones and the National Park Service hosted three training workshops on these sites during 2015. A fourth training will happen during spring 2016.