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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.

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As part of his administration’s relentless assault on the environment and the places we uphold as part of our national heritage, President Trump has threatened to remove protections from 27 national monuments. These lands and waters—which stretch from northern Maine to the waters of Hawai’i—provide enormous recreational, cultural, and ecological value, now and for future generations. But if monument status is removed or boundaries reduced, they could be opened up for development and forever changed. Patagonia will fight this potential devastation every step of the way, but we need your help. Please contact your state governor and congressional representatives and ask them to prevent this threat to our treasured public lands.

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The department of the Interior is reviewing the designation of 27 national monuments. Please contact your state governor and congressional representatives and ask them to prevent this threat to our treasured public lands.

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