The Department of Interior is currently conducting a national monument review which targets Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments for possible reduction or reversal. Tell Secretary Zinke to keep these national treasures intact for future generations >>
America’s Red Rock Wilderness Act seeks to serve the public interest by permanently protecting more than 9 million acres of wilderness-quality land in Utah. Many of these lands lie adjacent to some of our nation’s most beloved national parks and monuments but enjoy little or no protection. You can help us build support for their protection by asking your members of Congress to cosponsor this visionary legislation.
The Online Advocacy team shares information and stories over social media that are important to protecting Utah’s redrock wildlands. Disseminating media such as editorials, op-eds, videos, images, and news stories through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram is crucial to amplifying our conservation message and shining a spotlight on timely issues. You can expect an email or two a week asking you to disseminate informative and thought-provoking items. Sign up as an Online Advocate now >>
There has never been a better time to become involved in work to protect Utah’s spectacular redrock wilderness. The Wild Utah State Activist Network is made up of people in Utah and across the country working to protect Utah wilderness. The state activist network links you with others in your state concerned about protecting the redrock wild lands we all love. Get connected now >>
SUWA offers the opportunity for volunteers to join public land managers for hands-on work trips in various backcountry locations. Get your hands dirty and enjoy spectacular scenery while learning more about the issues affecting Utah’s public lands. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to be added to our Field Service Volunteer list (share your interests, trip preferences and suggestions). Click here to see the 2017 list of scheduled service trips.
Your voice really does make a difference. Supporters and wilderness advocates like you play a critical role in the protection of Utah’s spectacular wild places.