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Constitution: 1; State of Utah: 0

  July 2013 Here’s what is happening this month with the redrock: 1.  The Utah state legislature’s anti-federal government campaign hits a brick wall called the U.S. Constitution. 2.  Take action for wild Utah this summer! 3.  SUWA’s annual Backyard Bash celebrates our community of citizen activists. 4.  The BLM has a lot of bad ideas for Utah public […]

We’re fighting back!

    We’re fighting back!   Utah’s politicians, led by Governor Herbert, have launched the greatest attack against wilderness in our nation’s history.  They are trying to seize control of federal lands that belong to all of us – places such as Greater Canyonlands, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the San Rafael Swell. We […]

MORE ORV TRAILS IN SOUTHEASTERN UTAH! Seriously?

  We sound like a broken record lately, but we’re just the messenger.  The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Monticello field office has announced a proposal to add more off-road vehicle (ORV) routes to the 3,000-plus miles of routes in San Juan County that have already been designated. The new ORV route is proposed for this area […]

Utah Land Grab Hits a Bump

  Click here to help fight the biggest threat to Utah’s redrock wilderness in 20 years! Photo copyright James Kay. Utah’s leaders have declared war on Utah wilderness. They’ve created all sorts of wacky schemes to take control of federal lands in Utah – places such as Greater Canyonlands, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and […]

Utah Doubles Down on Land Grab

  As the 2013 Utah legislative session winds down to a close, one thing is abundantly clear — Utah Governor Gary Herbert and his allies in the state capitol are digging in for a protracted fight to gain state control of public lands in Utah. Help SUWA stop Governor Herbert’s land grab. Last year, Governor […]

Google Is Creating The Biggest Internet Land Grab in History

Is buying a new top level domain a waste of money? This week, Google is spending $18.7 million to snatch up territory in “the greatest Internet landgrab” in history. Facebook, meanwhile, is spending $0. Internet-naming czar Icann decided that there’s not enough digital land to be had on the current top level domains, such as .com and .edu, […]