Petitioning President of the United States Donald Trump and 3 others

Save Sedona's National Forest from Further Development


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Please help us protect Sedona's Red Rock Country with a National Monument designation and permanently protect this beautiful national gem from future land trades, devastating development and depleted water resources. You don’t need to donate money (unless you really want to) but please help us by signing & sharing the petition.

Special interest groups and their allies in Congress have been working the last 8 years to transfer Western lands out of the hands of the Federal Government and into the hands of some Western States. State and National legislators have openly stated that they want to control these lands and sell them. Now they have a good shot at succeeding because there will not be a president who will veto these damaging congressional bills. 

The proposed Sedona Verde Valley Red Rock National Monument (80,000 National Forest acres) will provide much stronger protection beyond what is offered through the current amendable Forest Plan because it will permanently deny land exchanges for private profit and most importantly -- deny management by the State of Arizona.

This Red Rock National Monument will help to permanently safeguard the unique archaeological, cultural, biological, and scenic values of the Red Rock Forest District for everyone to enjoy for generations to come.

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This petition will be delivered to:
  • Chairman, Save Our Ancient RedRocks
    Neil Sinclair

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