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The debate over oil and gas reserves below the ground in Bears Ears started during the Obama administration, the documents show, with officials from Utah State Board of Education writing to the ...
Creation and Modification The establishment of Bears Ears National Monument was welcomed by the majority of people, especially conservationists, though was opposed by other interests, and party because of this, the protected region was greatly reduced in December 2017 - there are now just two distinct areas: the Indian Creek unit near Canyonlands NP and the larger Shash Jaa unit, which ...
Bears Ears National Monument in Utah's San Juan County is home to one of the most fascinating cultural landscapes in the United States, with countless Native American ruins and other archaeological sites.
Getting Here. Where is Bears Ears National Monument? Bears Ears National Monument is in southeast Utah’s canyon country, bordered by Canyonlands National Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, the Navajo Nation, and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, as well as BLM and USFS land.
Imagine the size of Uluru National Park being cut by 85 per cent. That's exactly what Donald Trump did to Bears Ears National Monument in the US and it has Utah's Native American tribes up in arms.
U.S. National Monuments Donald Trump's Move to Shrink Two National Monuments Sets Stage for Battle Over 111-Year-Old Law
Bears Ears Officially Opens to Oil and Gas Companies focused on resource extraction now have access to huge chunks of the former national monument
Map of the main formations in Monument Valley, most of which are within the Navajo Tribal Park, east of US 163 and hidden from it by the Mitchell and Wetherill Mesas. Valley Drive detail map
The March 2017 email asked the Interior official to consider shrinking Bears Ears to allow access to natural gas and oil, the profits from which could be used to fund public schools in Utah.