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Indian Creek/Bears Ears - deadline 4/11

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https://www.accessfund.org/take-action/campaigns/protect-indian-creek-climbing

"In the wake of President Trump’s illegal reduction of Bears Ears National Monument, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is working to prepare a Monument Management Plan (MMP) for the reduced monument sub-units (Shash Jáa and Indian Creek). The MMP could further institutionalize the illegal National Monument reduction and will only protect about 15% of the original Bears Ears landscape.

While we are still fighting the Bears Ears National Monument reduction in court, we must also participate in this MMP process, despite the fact that it is premature and based on an illegal action. We would like to see this issue settled in court before participating in a MMP process, however the climbing community must engage to ensure that the situation does not go from bad to worse.

Climbers will need to fight for a voice in the planning process and to get fair representation on the mandated Monument Advisory Committee. Unlike the original Bears Ears National Monument proclamation, rock climbing is no longer acknowledged in President Trump’s illegal Proclamation 9681 that is the basis for this planning process.

The stakes are very high—there are approximately 60 documented crags and towers, including a significant part of Indian Creek, within the reduced Shash Jáa and Indian Creek monument units. There are 2 ways that you can help:"

CLIFFHANGER! 

Click on the link above to FIND OUT!

PS one of the two ways is "Submit comments using the letter-writing tool below before April 11 to the BLM district office" -- click the link!

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