Submit comments to San Juan County leaders to protect your cultural and natural resources! Attend presentation and write comments on why public lands are important.
Please view “This American Land” video “Navajos in Utah want protection for lost ancestral lands”. www.thisamericanland.org/news/304-navajos-in-utah-want-protection-for-lost-ancestral-lands
Diné Bikéyah – The Peoples Land — The Navajo, and many other Native Americans, hold a deep connection to the lands in southeastern Utah. Several.
Representatives from the Navajo Nation and Utah Diné Bikéyah spent the week of February 24th in Washington, DC. Traveling were Frederick White, Executive Director, Navajo.
Willie Grayeyes, Chairperson, Utah Diné Bikéyah Speaking Notes, January 22, 2014 Utah Public Lands Initiative, Utah State Capitol Thank you, Congressman Bishop, for organizing this.
This book has been created to beautifully support the Navajo people's voice in the ongoing land conservation discussion in Utah. Our continuing effort to preserve this, our native land, in a way which reflects the Navajo way of life, is outlined with our hopes for the future. Along with a thorough description of the Navajo's conservation concerns, you will find beautiful photographs of the land, Navajo people who make it their home, and quotes from those people in our native language.
Book Correction: Brown & Caldwell Engineering generously contributed toward the printing cost of this book and was unintentionally left out of the acknowledgements.
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