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Uranium Miners Pushed Hard for a Comeback. They Got Their Wish.

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

Hundreds of mining claims fall neatly outside the new boundaries of Bears Ears National Monument, and a Navajo town scarred by uranium is bracing for new woes.

Republicans Look To Enshrine Donald Trump’s Cuts To National Monuments

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Tribal leaders view Rep. John Curtis' bill on Bears Ears as another "shameful" attack on sovereignty.

DSC Supports Administration’s Decision to Modify Utah National Monuments

(Dec, 19, 2017 – DALLAS) — In a recent announcement from The White House and the Department of the Interior, modifications to two national monuments ? Bears Ears and other massive set-asides ? will both continue to protect objects of significance and important wildlife habitat but also will prioritize public use and access. Show More Summary

Patagonia just told Congress to go depose itself

Patagonia is not messing around in its fight to save Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, in the largest reversal of national monument protections in U.S. history. Not only did the company...Show More Summary

Why Bears Ears Deserves Protection

Short film captures the former national monument’s unique value

What Shrinking Fossil-Rich National Monuments Means for Science asks paleontologists how their work will change after the decision to slash Bears Ears and Grand Staircase

Every Victory is Fragile, Every Loss is Catastrophic: The Ruins of Bear's Ears National Monument

House on Fire Ruin in Bear's Ears. I wasn't smart enough to catch the "fire" in the rocks at the time. There are a lot of pictures in this post, and I hope you will enjoy them. They are the ones most precious to me, the product of two...Show More Summary

Want to Help Save Public Land? Donate to These Groups.

The charities suing the Trump administration to save Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments—and how you can help

Wired To Hunt Podcast #192: The National Monuments Controversy from a Sportsmen’s Perspective with Land Tawney

Today on the show we are joined by Land Tawney, CEO of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, to help us better understand – from a hunter/angler perspective – the controversy surrounding recent proposed changes to Bears Ears and Grandstaircase-Escalante National Monuments...

The Fight for Bears Ears Has Begun

Looking out at the northern part of Bears Ears National Monument. I had driven by the sign a hundred times, but never gone down the road. Someone in the group suggested we drive out to the Needles Overlook, since we had all come together to talk about Bears Ears National Monument, and this would give […]

Every Victory is Fragile, Every Loss is Catastrophic: Bear's Ears National Monument and the Valley of the Gods

Bear's Ears National Monument is a magical place. It is a place of mystery and vast vistas, a place of sacredness to many people. It is one of our country's most precious treasures. When President Obama accepted years of negotiation and work by "stakeholders" in the region and established the monument in 2016, I rejoiced. Show More Summary

Trump is being sued to stop him from shrinking Bears Ears national monument by 85 percent. Who will win?

On Thursday, President Trump announced that he would slash the size of Utah’s newest national monument, Bears Ears, shrinking by 85 percent land that President Barack Obama had declared protected in 2016. In response, five Indian tribes sued over Trump’s move in federal court. The tribes claim significant ancestral ties to this land and oversee […]

Uranium Company Urged Trump To Carve Up Bears Ears, Then He Did

Earlier this month Donald Trump hailed his edict slashing Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument by some 85 percent as a great move for American citizens.

National legal fight begins after Trump alters Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante Monuments by more than half

Jacob's Chair and Long Canyon are no longer included in the two smaller national monuments that replaced the former Bears Ears Monument. [Photo] Tim Peterson, courtesy of Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition On December 4, President Donald...Show More Summary

Uranium Miner Lobbied to Reduce Bears Ears

A uranium company launched a concerted lobbying campaign to scale back Bears Ears National Monument, saying such action would give it easier access to the area's uranium deposits and help it operate a nearby processing mill, according to documents obtained by The Washington Post. Show More Summary

Uranium firm lobbied Trump administration to scale back Bears Ears National Monument

A uranium company lobbied the Trump administration to shrink the size of Bears Ears National Monument in Utah months before President Trump announced that he would be reducing the monument by more than 1 million acres, according to documents obtained by the Washington Post. The campaign — along with the administration’s eventual decision to drastically […]

Uranium firm urged Trump officials to shrink Bears Ears National Monument

2 months agoHealth : The Checkup

The president’s proclamation moves much of the area’s uranium deposits out of protected areas.

The National Monuments Decision

An update on the fight to preserve Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments.

Patagonia Won't Be Quiet

Since President Trump announced plans Monday to slash the size of two Utah national monuments, Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante, outdoor apparel company Patagonia hasn’t been quiet about its feelings. Under the President’s decision,...Show More Summary

How A Federal Raid Over Pilfered Artifacts Fueled Rage Over Bears Ears National Monument

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"The locals, accused of pilfering ancient artifacts from the surrounding desert, were charged with violating the federal Archaeological Resources Protection Act and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. Authorities recovered more than 40,000 artifacts, some dating to 6,000 B.C., Smithsonian Magazine reported. Show More Summary

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