Bears Ears National Monument - named for its twin buttes – covers more than 1.3 million acres of the most ecologically and culturally significant landscape in southeastern Utah. The area is both an iconic destination for outdoor recreationists and sacred land for 5 Native American tribes – and it's under threat. Politicians are lobbying to rescind Bears Ears' designation, putting the fate of the Monument and the Antiquities Act itself in jeopardy. Join us in making our voices heard. Click below to register your public comment on behalf of Bears Ears.
We’re pleased to donate 100% of net proceeds from our Bears Ears collection to benefit important conservation and advocacy work on behalf of Bears Ears National Monument.
Stewarding public lands in southeastern Utah through on-the-ground service, education and advocacy. Friends of Cedar Mesa partners closely with recreationists, locals, and Native American tribes to protect Bears Ears and the greater Cedar Mesa area.
Preserving and protecting the cultural and natural resources of ancestral Native American lands, Utah Diné Bikéyah supports the traditions and values of 5 Native Tribes – the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, Ute Mountain Ute, and Uintah Ouray Ute – to whom Bears Ears is sacred.