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    Tribes call for Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni Grand Canyon National Monument

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    New film, "Voices of the Grand Canyon," reframes park history

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    Deidra Peaches
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    Grand Canyon site renamed to honor Havasupai Tribe

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    Michael Quinn, National Park Service
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    Voices of the Grand Canyon

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    Protect the Grand Canyon from dams, trams, mines, and other threats



    Rick Goldwasser
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    A radioactive waste dump on the doorstep of Bears Ears

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    Tim Peterson
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    Ute Mountain Ute Tribe bears burden of radioactive waste

    The White Mesa Mill Story

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    How did remnants of the Manhattan Project end up near Bears Ears?

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Polling shows strong support for designating public lands near the Grand Canyon a national monument.

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Secretary Haaland visited lands proposed for protection as Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni Grand Canyon National Monument.

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