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Utah Diné Bikéyah and the five sovereign Tribes of the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition need your help to hold the Trump administration accountable in court for its unlawful attempt to reduce Bears Ears National Monument.


Join us for the Bears Ears Summer Gathering!


Come celebrate native culture in the heart of Bears Ears National Monument.

Time to the Gathering

Bears Ears Summer Gathering

5K and 10K Run

Kigalia Guard Station
Bears Ears, Utah

Sunday, July 21st
7:30 am
Free entry and t-shirt

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3rd Annual
Indigenous Dinner

Monday October 14, 2019 at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center

Celebrate indigenous foods, cultures and the 8 Tribes of Utah on Indigenous Peoples’ Day! Featuring native chefs M. Karlos Baca (Tewa/Diné/Nuche) and Josh Nez (Diné).

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Utah Diné Bikeyah at Bears Ears with Totem Bear Gift from The Lummi Nation

Earth Day and the Importance of Water
With Cynthia Wilson

Cynthia Wilson, Traditional Food Director for UDB, describes why water is important in and around the region of Bears Ears. The traditional Navajo perspective and teachings of Water are to always remember that people should respect it and that Water is life.

What We Do

Protect Bears Ears

Utah Diné Bikéyah is a Native American-led grassroots nonprofit organization working
to promote healing of people and the earth through conservation of cultural lands.

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The Patagonia corporation has produced a video which describes the designation of the Bears Ears National Monument by president Obama and why it is important we fight to protect these lands. Click on the image to view the latest video and other videos produced by Patagonia which supports this designation.


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We are proud to introduce Terry Yazzie (Diné), one of our Bears Ears Artist in Residences (BEAR) for 2019. Originally from Pinion, Arizona, Terry @yazzie_terry is one of many local artists who holds deep ties to the Bears Ears landscape. With Terry as a BEAR recipient, we are enthusiastic about his creative energy and unique style of art work. Already, Terry has shared with us a rock-art inspired piece that features the Bears Ears buttes in red, with a Bear in the middle of the buttes. This rock art piece also includes ancestral homes of the Pueblo peoples, petroglyphs and a sweat lodge that he associates with healing and ceremonial practices of the Indigenous peoples of the Bears Ears region. Terry says he chose to paint the buttes red because of how it represents the ongoing fight to protect our ancestral landscape. “We will prevail,” Terry says, noting that his art work comes to creation on its own. He is excited to be a BEAR artist! Congratulations Terry! #StandWithBearsEars 🐻👂🏽📸 @alastairbitsoi ... See MoreSee Less

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Utah Diné Bikéyah is a 501(c)3 non-profit and donations are deductible to the extent allowed by law.

What Can You Do?


Purchase Protect Bears Ears t-shirts, volunteer, write a letter to the editor, sign the petition, TAKE ACTION!