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 favor of Bears Ears being designated, zero were against, and zero abstained. Despite media reports to the contrary, Tribes and...

Willie Grayeyes responds to Commissioner Adams

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 of support are listed on the Inter-Tribal Coalition’s website here  DOWNLOAD RESOLUTIONS OF SUPPORT...

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 $20 or more. The front of the T-shirt displays the phrase "Protect Bears Ears," and the back features the new inter-tribal...

Patagonia Inc.

The Patagonia corporation has been a strong supporter of the Bears Ears initiative and is featuring our conservation work in its May, 2015 climbing catalogue. In January Patagonia sent two huge boxes of Patagonia jackets that helped keep Utah Navajo community members warm and comfortable...

Tribes For Bears Ears

Six Native American toured the Bears Ears proposal in April, 2015 and were struck by the importance of this naturally intact landscape and the values shared by Tribes and other Americans in protecting this region. This article by the Salt Lake Tribune details progress being...

Wall street journal video

UDB IS IN THE NEWS

UDB is in the news, and not just any news, it’s the Wall Street Journal!  Follow the below link to read the article and watch the 1 minute video then share the link with your friends to help protect Bears Ears.  https://www.facebook.com/utahdinebikeyah...

Utah Diné Bikéyah Town Hall Meetings

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 to you. Discuss how the Navajo proposal will protect sacred sites and Native cultural land-use for future generations. *MUTTON STEW AND FRY...