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Bears Ears National Monument

Bears Ears National Monument is a 1.35-million-acre preservation in southeastern Utah. This culturally rich and recreationally spectacular landscape is home to thousands of sacred Native American cultural sites as well as world class rock climbing, mountain biking and trail running.

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Bears Ears is under attack

In an unprecedented move, President Trump just signed an executive order threatening 21 years of national monument designations, including the protection of Bears Ears.

Speak up. Send your Bears Ears comments to the Department of the Interior.

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Public lands have never been more threatened than right now. But there’s still time to speak up.


The fate of 21 of our national monuments is in the hands of the Trump administration. Public lands—from Maine to Hawai’i—provide enormous cultural, ecological and recreational value, and they are at risk. Removing protections for these wild places to open them up for development will not make us energy independent, and history shows that when states control these lands they are sold to the highest bidder. This is not a chance we want to take. Patagonia will continue to fight for public lands (as we have since our company was founded), but we need your help. Over the past few months millions of you have defended these lands and waters, and we have one more chance. Please contact Secretary Zinke and remind him we are not going away until they are protected.

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The Department of the Interior is reviewing the designation of 21 national monuments. Please contact Secretary Zinke and remind him of what he said. Our greatest treasures are public lands.

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