Bears Ears Visit with Respect Education Center
Dec04

Bears Ears Visit with Respect Education Center

Contribute to the Bears Ears Visit with Respect Education Center! Our most ambitious project ever needs your support! FCM is excited to announce our most ambitious project ever: a proactive & positive solution we think everyone can get behind. As you likely know, visitation to the Monument area has been growing significantly over the last decade, increasing exponentially with the recent controversy – all without...

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Cave Towers Volunteer Project Nov. 19
Nov06

Cave Towers Volunteer Project Nov. 19

Volunteer to Protect Cave Towers Sunday, November 19, 2017 – Cedar Mesa, UT Over the past few months, the Acoma Pueblo Conservation Corps, FCM volunteers and Woods Canyon Archaeological Consultants have been putting in some serious time and energy to survey and stabilize the Cave Towers archaeological site on SITLA land. The trouble is, stray cattle can make their way into the site and undo all the hard work that’s been...

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Threatened: Access to Public Lands in Cottonwood Wash
Sep07

Threatened: Access to Public Lands in Cottonwood Wash

Public Access to Bears Ears Threatened near Bluff Voice your concerns! – September 19th, 11:30 am, Community Hideout Center, Monticello Friends of Cedar Mesa and the community of public lands users in San Juan County has recently learned that a private land owner has requested that San Juan County close two public county roads in southeast Utah that allow access to the Bears Ears National Monument. The two roads, a segment...

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Friends Hour at WildEdge Brewing
Jun23

Friends Hour at WildEdge Brewing

It’s Friends Hour! Thursday, July 6th, 4:30 – 6:30 pm – $20 Wild Edge Brewing Collective, Cortez, CO Join Friends of Cedar Mesa staff and the fine folks at WildEdge Brewing Collective for a happy hour event. Get the latest news about Bears Ears and learn about the exciting stewardship projects we’ve got lined up. Tickets are $20 in advance or at the door and include one craft beer and a handmade personal pie by...

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Speak up for Bears Ears: Comment Period Extended
Jun14

Speak up for Bears Ears: Comment Period Extended

O n June 12th, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced his intentions to recommend removing National Monument protections for large portions of the Bears Ears cultural landscape. Friends of Cedar Mesa opposes any move to leave this landscape unprotected in blind hope Congress might someday do its job. (See our statement on the Secretary’s interim report.) While details were not released regarding which specific parts of Bears...

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