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Angelo Baca: Bears Ears and Working with Native Communities to Preserve Public Lands

In his proclamation establishing the Bears Ears National Monument , President Barack Obama included this moment of poetry: “From earth to sky, the region is unsurpassed in wonders. The star-filled nights and natural quiet of the Bears Ears area transport visitors to an earlier eon. Against an...

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Winter 2004 Forum Journal: New Frontiers in Preservation

​ Table of Contents * Introduction by Richard Moe: New Frontiers in Preservation * How Creativity and Sense of Place Fuel the New Economy by Richard Florida * Lewis and Clark’s American Odyssey by Dayton Duncan * Native America in the 21st Century: Out of the Mists and...

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Winter 2005 Forum Journal: Restore America: Communities at a Crossroads

​ Table of Contents President’s Report by Richard Moe Experiencing History Firsthand in our National Parks by Fran P. Mainella The Purpose of a Coherent Community by Wendell Berry Decentralization and Sprawl Development: Consequences, Causes, Solutions by Bruce Katz Tribal...

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National Trust comments to Secretary Zinke - National Monument Review July 2017

The National Trust for Historic Preservation submitted the following comments to Secretary Zinke regarding the review of certain national monuments designated under the Antiquities Act since 1996. These monuments are an integral part of preserving our shared American heritage on the nation's...

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Letter to Assistant Secretary of the Army on the Dakota Access Pipeline

The National Trust submitted the following letter on October 4, 2016 to the Army Corps of Engineers about the need to ensure that permitting for the Dakota Access Pipeline complies with the National Historic Preservation Act. Also available: Read National Trust Applauds Decision Decision Not...

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Letter to Assistant Secretary of the Army on the Dakota Access Pipeline

The National Trust submitted the following letter on October 4, 2016 to the Army Corps of Engineers about the need to ensure that permitting for the Dakota Access Pipeline complies with the National Historic Preservation Act. Also available: Read National Trust Applauds Decision Decision Not...


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Webinar: The Legal Landscape of the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock Sioux Tribe vs. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

By Brian Turner, Will Cook, and Elizabeth Merritt On Tuesday, October 25, as part of the Preservation Leadership Forum’s webinar series, we hosted a webinar about some of the legal issues involved in the ongoing Dakota Access Pipeline controversy, including Section 106 of the National...

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National Trust Advocacy Materials on Bears Ears

1. Comments to Secretary Zinke from the National Trust for Historic Preservation regarding the review of national monuments since 1966, specifically Bears Ears National Monument. (May 25, 2017) 2. National Trust Testimony: Utah Public Lands Initiative Act: In this testimony to the House...

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[VIDEO] From Chaco Canyon to Chimney Rock: A Landscape Worth Protecting

Published in 2014 this video from the National Trust transports you to this historic landscape through a seldom-seen aerial perspective that illustrates the Chaco sites, their connectivity to the landscape, and the threats they face from energy development in the San Juan Basin. ...