Bears Ears National Monument

7 02, 2024

Bears Ears Commission Disappointed with Utah’s Withdrawal from Land Exchange

2024-02-08T11:28:21-06:00February 7th, 2024|DOI, BLM and USFS News, Updates from the Five Tribes|

State of Utah Withdrawals Support for Trust Lands Administration's Land Exchange Bears Ears Commission issues statement Bears Ears National Monument – Feb. 9, 2024 – On Tuesday  we learned that Governor Cox sent a letter to Secretary Haaland expressing that the State of Utah is withdrawing their support of the Trust Lands Administration's (TLA) land exchange with the federal government. Thi

27 07, 2022

Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, and five tribes of the Bears Ears Commission commit to historic co-management of Bears Ears National Monument

2022-07-27T12:07:04-06:00July 27th, 2022|In the News, News From Indigenous Sources|

Agreement ensures tribal expertise and traditional perspectives remain at the forefront of joint decision-making for Bears Ears PRESS POOL - JUNE 20, 2022 News Release U.S. Department of the Interior - Bureau of Land Management At a signing ceremony on Saturday, the Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. Forest Service, and the five tribes of the Bears Ears Commission formalized and celebrated

20 06, 2022

Native American tribes to co-manage national monument for first time

2022-08-15T14:44:59-06:00June 20th, 2022|In the News, Regional and National News, Uncategorized|

The unprecedented agreement gives five tribes more input in the management of Bears Ears National Monument in Utah By Maxine Joselow Updated June 20, 2022 at 12:44 p.m. EDT|Published June 20, 2022 at 11:41 a.m. EDT   The Biden administration has reached a historic agreement to give five Native American tribes more say over the day-to-day management of a national monument in Utah, marki


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