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Advocate for the lands you love to explore!

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Protected? Think again.

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A coal strip mine mere miles from Bryce Canyon National Park

The Alton Coal Mine stands in direct contrast to nearby Bryce Canyon National Park—a dirty gash compared to the vibrant rock wonderland. This 600-acre strip mine, located about 12 miles from the park, wants to expand their operation by an additional 3,500 acres and 25 more years. The Bureau of Land Management has not yet issued the permit, but is analyzing the supplemental Environmental Impact Statement. 

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Say no to dirty energy on the plateau!

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You Can Help

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Whether you explore the Colorado Plateau every weekend or dream of visiting one day, we need your help. These are your public lands — help us protect them.

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