It’s Official: Bears Ears protected as National Monument
Dec16

It’s Official: Bears Ears protected as National Monument

Bears Ears. History Made. History Preserved. ***For official Friends of Cedar Mesa press release, click here*** Today marks a historic moment in the protection of the rich archaeological and natural wonders of the greater Cedar Mesa area. One hundred and thirteen years after archaeologist T. Mitchel Prudden called for protection of southeastern Utah’s antiquities much of an internationally significant cultural landscape will now be...

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Top Memorable Moments of 2016
Jan11

Top Memorable Moments of 2016

1 Cedar Mesa protected in Bears Ears National Monument History Made … Sigh of Relief! What a campaign it has been. After years of collaborative work between Native American Tribes, archaeologists, conservation organizations and enthusiastic supporters, the Bears Ears cultural landscape was finally protected. The 1.35 million-acre National Monument was created just a few days before the end of 2016 on December 28.   2 Reward...

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2016 Volunteer & Donor Appreciation BBQ
Nov01

2016 Volunteer & Donor Appreciation BBQ

Volunteer & Donor Appreciation BBQ November 12, 2016 at 5:00 pm – Bluff, UT   Please RSVP on the form below for the event.

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Hiring Visit with Respect Program Manager
Nov15

Hiring Visit with Respect Program Manager

Now Hiring: Visit with Respect Program Manager ***THIS POSITION IS NOW CLOSED*** About FCM Friends of Cedar Mesa (FCM) is a conservation organization in Bluff, Utah founded in 2010. FCM envisions a future where the public lands in San Juan County – with all their natural, cultural and recreational values – are protected and respected. To achieve this goal, we work to educate visitors about respectful recreation, monitor...

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Comb Ridge: A Piece Lost Forever
Oct19

Comb Ridge: A Piece Lost Forever

Conservation community mourns privatization of parcel of Comb Ridge Friends of Cedar Mesa is deeply disappointed to announce that a 391-acre section of the Comb Ridge west of Bluff has been privatized. At an auction in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, October 19th, Lyman Family Farms purchased this scenic parcel of the Comb Ridge north of UT Highway 163 from the Utah State Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA). The buyer paid...

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