Tell Congress to protect our public lands

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The threat to unravel protections for Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument is one step closer to reality. After a rushed review, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced he recommends eliminating protections for portions of Bears Ears.
 
An attack on one national monument is an attack on all of our public lands. If all areas in the current Bears Ears National Monument are no longer protected, what is fate of the 26 national monuments also under review, our national parks, our wildlife refuges, and other public lands and waters?
 
It’s clear that the Department of the Interior and the Trump administration have a common goal -- auctioning off our public lands and waters to those who put profits before our historical, cultural, and natural heritage. Now, Congress must step up to protect our special places.
 
Tell your members of Congress to commit to protecting our public lands and waters for generations to come.

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