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Latest News

  • Tribes are United behind Bears Ears

    The record has been set straight; Tribes are united behind Bears Ears.” http://fourcornersfreepress.com/?p=2802 http://fourcornersfreepress.com/?p=2797

  • Oljato Chapter in favor of Bears Ears Designation

    The Oljato Chapter of the Navajo Nation re-affirmed its Bears ears resolution of support on Sunday, November 8th by vote. 40 Chapter House members were in.

  • National Press Club Press Conference

    Press conference Thursday, October 15th, 2015 at 11:00 AM Eastern (9:00 AM Mountain). Video from the Press Conference Go to the official Bears Ears Coalition.

  • Willie Grayeyes responds  to Commissioner Adams statement in the Deseret News ARTICLE explaining how broad and deep Native American support is for Bears Ears. Resolutions.

  • Protect Bears Ears t-shirts now available

    Get your Protect Bears Ears t-shirt with a donation of $20+ Sport your support! Receive an organic cotton “Protect Bears Ears” t-shirt with a donation of.

The Diné Bikéyah Book

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The Diné Bikéyah Book

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.

Click here to download the book. (13.79mb PDF file)

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Book Correction: Brown & Caldwell Engineering generously contributed toward the printing cost of this book and was unintentionally left out of the acknowledgements.

Landscape photography by Chris Noble.
Portrait photography by Lynn Hoffman-Browse.
Graphic design layout and graphic illustrations by Aucutt Design.

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Tell the San Juan County Commissioners you want them to protect this land and why it is important to you by signing our petition.

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