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06/28/22

Tribal leaders signed a cooperative agreement to jointly manage Bears Ears National Monument and unveiled the first Bears Ears sign.

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06/21/22

A uranium mine near the Grand Canyon’s south rim with a flooding problem got the go-ahead to continue operating.

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06/15/22

Interior and Agriculture officials testified before a Senate subcommittee last week, backing the bill to protect the Grand Canyon.

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