A Monument in Name Only Salt Lake Tribune
“San Juan County officials reject claims that looting is even a problem, arguing tourists pose a bigger threat to the region’s fragile cultural sites embedded in it canyons and mesas. . .
The Bear Ears Commission members’ June 28 hike with BLM staff provoked an angry response from the San Juan County Commission, which has lobbied hard for the monument’s rescission on the grounds that it disenfranchises local citizens and serves no legitimate purpose.”
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n Frivolous BE Law Suits Shouldn’t Waste Navajo Tribal Funds by Ryan Benally
n To Sec. Zinke: Don’t Let False Narratives Block Monument Review
Maine Leads the Charge in Food Sovereignty Movement Maine is nullifying federal regulations that cripple local farmers.”
This year-to-date, 47,700 wildfires have burned 8 million acres across the country, with the majority of the devastation in the states of California and Montana. High-profile fires in Yosemite and Glacier National Parks have caught national headlines, however millions of acres of forest and grassland have burned in recent months.”
n Tracking Proposed Monument Reductions Stanford University, Bill Lane I.
n Navajo People have been Restricted Enough by Gen Mitchell
Despite the strong likelihood that Bears Ears National Monument will be modified in coming months, Forest Service officials in southeastern Utah are planning to destroy at least 14 public roads within the monument’s current boundaries.
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n Yet another “Shift” to the Left Jonah Yellowman, one of their speakers
Documenting Bears Ears “No Monument” efforts since July 2016