Bears Ears in Utah
Save the Bears Ears National Monument

President Trump is considering a drastic plan to rescind the national monument status of Utah’s Bears Ears. These spectacular public lands—spanning 1.35 million acres near Canyonlands National Park—have been home to Native American tribes for millennia. Trump’s plan would leave the region vulnerable to oil and gas drilling, mining, and other dangers. Urge Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to honor tribal heritage and protect this wildland from destruction.
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