Do Not Designate the Greater Canyonlands Area a National Monument

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Pamela Anderson
7 years ago
Leave it alone. The environmental groups need to back off!

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Dallen Lovell
7 years ago
I grew up going to canyonlands and enjoying it. To try and steal this land from us is criminal. Go take land away from the eastern part of the country and leave Utah's lands alone.

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Jennifer Ogles
7 years ago
I oppose this with all my heart! PLEASE leave it as it is!

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Scott Hansen
7 years ago
I have been there and it is well managed by the BLM.

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Robin Clegg
7 years ago
I grew up in this area and my family has had land taken by the government to make a buffer zone around Canyonlands. I am strongly against this proposal.

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adam simpson
7 years ago
because as a resident i don't want my backyard to come with red tape and signs telling me where to drive. I've seen our capabilities in national parks and monuments, and what i see is a lot of rules, signs, fees, and pavement. none of these things are natural, in fact they detract grossly from the rugged natural beauty of the area and i will do all that is in my power to hinder and/or stop this from happening. we can and will take care of our wilderness without the help of the government.

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Tim Zgonena
8 years ago
We ride off road motorcycles with respect and appreciation for the environment. I would very much like to take my two boys for a trial ride in this area in the future.

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Chad Cooper
8 years ago
This is morally and objectivley wrong to close lands to people who enjoy off roading. Because we choose to explore on two wheel vs. our feet does not mean we are considered more of an impact then hikers or mtn. bikers.

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Bill Wade
8 years ago
I've hiked and biked this area for years. A small group is trying to close all of these areas to the public's use.

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Justin Hunt
8 years ago
I live outside the proposed border of this National Monument. If it were to become a reality, it would affect my very way of life; from how I recreate, provide food for my family and even how I heat my house.