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
Diné Bikéyah – The Peoples Land — The Navajo, and many other Native Americans, hold a deep connection to the lands in southeastern Utah. Several distinct civilizations over thousands of years have made this their home and their uniquely intact archaeological record is sacred and of
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 Nation Division of Natural Resources, Willie Grayeyes, UDB Chair, Jonah Yellowman, Leonard Lee and Mark Maryboy, UDB board members. The
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 event and your efforts to assist in our land planning. We have met with many of the organizations here comparing maps and
Bend, Oregon— The Conservation Lands Foundation at their annual gathering awarded the Conservation Leadership Award to Utah Diné Bikéyah for their recent efforts to develop and propose the creation of the Diné Bikéyah National Conservation Area.