Tuesday, January 16th the Bureau of Land Management began taking public comments in preparation for the new management plan of the three newly designated Monuments- Grand Staircase, Kaiparowits and Escalante Canyons and the lands that were excised from the rightful Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. You can read the Federal Register notice here. The most effective way to submit comments at…Details
Shortly after the President’s proclamation to shrink Grand Staircase-Escalante, Utah Representative Chris Stewart introduced H.R. 4558 which is a “Grand Staircase Giveaway” by groups who have studied it in depth. It codifies the President’s proclamation, transfers federal land to the State of Utah and creates a “National Park” that not even the National Park Conservation…Details
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Jake Quilter, a 16 year old Filmmaker from Park City Utah created this beautiful video showing the immense support for our monuments: Jake Quilter video Utah Residents Oppose Stewart’s ‘Grand Staircase Giveway’ Bill Today, 700 letters in opposition to Representative Chris Stewart’s “Grand Staircase Giveaway” bill (HR 4558) were delivered to the Public Lands subcommittee…Details
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2017 CONTACT: Christa Sandler, (928) 380-5538, email@example.com Grand Staircase-Escalante Partners On Eve of Announcement on UT Monument, Hundreds of Scientists Tell Administration that Changes to Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Would Harm Research and Discovery *Say Monument is an important living laboratory and its boundaries should remain * As President Trump…Details
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is under threat from President Trump who has reportedly promised to shrink it drastically. We expect more details in the coming weeks and will you keep you informed as more information becomes available. In the meantime you can take action: Download the Grand Staircase Escalante Partners Monument Monitoring App and become…Details
Public lands like the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument are our best legacy for a hopeful future, and Partners is prepared to continue to lead the charge to ensure it is protected in perpetuity, but we’ll need your help, and we are asking all of you to become Monument Monitors, by downloading the ARCGIS Grand Staircase…Details
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah was designated as a national monument two decades ago. It is a diverse desert landscape that embraces a spectacular array of scientific, historic and natural resources worthy of continued protection. Since its creation, this national monument has proven to be a benefit to the land, the national and…Details