Help save Canyons of the Ancients National Monuments! Comment by July 10th!
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Tell the Interior Department that you support Canyons of the Ancients and to leave it unchanged!
Click HERE to make a comment to the Interior Department by July 10th!
What you should know:
- The comment period opened May 11th. Comments will be accepted until July 10th.
- The Interior Dept. will count comments based on mentions BY NAME. It’s critical to state the name of the Monuments you’re commenting on.
- DOI information on the review process: https://www.doi.gov/pressreleases/interior-department-releases-list-monuments-under-review-announces-first-ever-formal
- We need to get our comments in NOW – each person can only comment ONCE, so your comments need to include Canyons of the Ancients, Bears Ears, and any other Monuments you care about!!
Attacks on National Monuments are an attack on our public lands: Since the Antiquities Act was signed by Teddy Roosevelt in 1906, presidents of both parties have used it many times to protect areas of national, historic, and archaeological significance across the nation. It’s a critical tool to have when Congress is unable or unwilling to enact public land protection legislation. That’s why it’s under attack – make no mistake, the Trump Executive Order and bills to undermine the Antiquities Act are part of a larger effort to gut ALL kinds of public lands protections.
Colorado has eight National Monuments, including the recently designated Chimney Rock and Brown’s Canyon NM. It’s possible these two could come under future review, however the main target in Colorado is Canyons of the Ancients, an amazing trove of history, with the highest density of ancestral Puebloan sites in the nation.
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