. In a Historic Move, Five Indigenous Tribes will Co-Manage Bears Ears National Monument in Utah « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NEWS – The landmark move will help shield the vast site in southeastern Utah, home to sacred Indigenous sites and precious petroglyphs and pictographs, from the sort of environmental damage inflicted during the Trump administration. Bears Ears spans more than 1.3 million miles of red rock canyon, cliff dwellings, and pastural land still actively used for grazing livestock. Many members of the local Indigenous nations visit periodically to connect with their culture. The new arrangement was formalized in a ceremony Saturday.

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