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The Conservation Lands Foundation is pleased to announce the receipt of a $25,000 contribution from Richard Teschner of El Paso, Texas. The donation will be used to further the Foundation’s overall mission, with special emphasis […]
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Release: Conservation Lands Foundation Condemns Trump Administration’s Illegal Elimination of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments
Durango, Colo. (December 4, 2017)–The Conservation Lands Foundation condemns the Trump Administration’s proclamation today as an illegal assault against Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments, and vows to file suit in federal court to overturn this executive action. By reducing Bears Ears by approximately 85 percent and Grand Staircase by nearly half, this Administration blatantly and callously betrayed the American people and robbed us of protected public lands with irreplaceable historic, cultural and scientific significance. It is yet another insult to sovereign Tribal Nations, which this president has disparaged time and again.
“These lands belong to the American people, who have already agreed that they should be protected for our use and enjoyment, and for future generations. Conservation Lands Foundation, along with our partners, will fight the Trump Administration in court for every inch of the National Conservation Lands, and other protected public lands. The American public deserves nothing less.”
— Brian Sybert, Executive Director, Conservation Lands Foundation