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Take Action - Keep Uranium off the Critical Minerals List

Take Action - Keep Uranium off the Critical Minerals List
Ed Moss

Keep Uranium off the Critical Minerals List

Deadline: December 9, 2021

In good news for the Grand Canyon and Bears Ears National Monument, the Biden administration has proposed removing uranium from the critical minerals list. Please support keeping uranium off this list. Act now ›

Take Action - Thank President Biden for Protecting Bears Ears and Grand Staircase

Take Action - Thank President Biden for Protecting Bears Ears and Grand Staircase
Tim Peterson

Thank Biden for Restoring Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante 

On October 7, 2021, the White House announced that President Biden will restore full protections to Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments. Show your gratitude by sending a personal note to President Biden ›

Take Action - Urge reps to support Grand Canyon Protection Act (Too Precious to Mine)

Take Action - Urge reps to support Grand Canyon Protection Act (Too Precious to Mine)
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Protect the Grand Canyon from Uranium Mining, Forever

There's a new bill in the Senate to make the current temporary ban on new mining claims on public lands around Grand Canyon National Park permanent. Please urge your senators to pass the Grand Canyon Protection Act. Email your senators today ›

Take Action - Protect the Bears Ears Region from Radioactive Waste

Take Action - Protect the Bears Ears Region from Radioactive Waste
Tim Peterson

Protect the Bears Ears Region from Radioactive Waste

The same uranium company that successfully lobbied to shrink Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument now wants to bring over 100 tons of radioactive waste from Japan to the monument’s doorstep. Urge Utah regulators to protect the Bears Ears region ›

Take Action - ADEQ Aquifer Protection Permit 2019

Take Action - ADEQ Aquifer Protection Permit 2019
Blake McCord

Close and Clean up Canyon Uranium Mine

When Canyon uranium mine was approved in 1986, the owner insisted the mine would not hit groundwater. But it did. Now, the mine could put the groundwater that feeds seeps and springs inside the Grand Canyon at risk. Urge Arizona regulators to close and clean up the mine ›

Take Action - Tusayan

Take Action - Tusayan
Amy S. Martin

Protect Grand Canyon's Precious Waters

A proposed mega-resort on the doorstep of Grand Canyon National Park threatens to guzzle precious groundwater that feeds the canyon's seeps and springs. Ask the U.S. Forest Service to take a closer look before paving the way for the project ›

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Petitions

Take Action - Keep the Canyon Grand

Take Action - Keep the Canyon Grand
Tom Bean

Keep the Canyon Grand

The Grand Canyon may be a national park, but it's not as protected as you think. It faces the triple threats of uranium mining, inappropriate development (including proposed dams, a mega-resort, and a tourist tramway), and new wells drying the aquifers that feed its precious seeps and springs. Please lift your voice in defense of this magnificent place. Voice your opposition to destructive developments ›

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