Help Protect the Redrock in 2019 and Beyond!

Relentless. That’s the word that best describes the assault on Utah’s public lands from the Trump administration and Utah politicians over the past 12 months.

From President Trump’s illegal reduction of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments last December to the nearly seven-fold increase in oil and gas leasing we’ve seen in Utah under the Trump administration, the people who would tear up Utah’s magnificent wilderness for fossil fuel development haven’t once let up.

But SUWA has been relentless in defending the Redrock throughout 2018. And that defense is only possible because of the support from people like you.

Click here to make a year-end contribution to SUWA today!

The results of the midterm elections brought a ray of hope. The Democratic victory in the House of Representatives means Trump’s Department of Interior will finally face much-needed oversight in 2019.

But the fact is, we still have at least two more years of the Trump administration, and they aren’t going to let up in their efforts to roll back protections and continue implementing their drill-everywhere “Energy Dominance” agenda.

And the state of Utah, emboldened by the president’s relentless assault on Utah’s public lands, isn’t letting up either.

Help defend Utah’s redrock wilderness in 2019 and beyond by making a special contribution today.

With two more years of the Trump administration ahead, 2019 will be a time of defense. We need your support to:

  • Defeat President Trump’s illegal monument proclamations in federal court and restore Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears national monuments.
  • Fight back against the State of Utah’s more than 20 lawsuits that seek to gain rights to approximately 14,000 “hoax highways.” The state brought these cases with the express goal of blocking protection of Utah’s wild lands and turning them over to extractive industries and off-road vehicles.  After years of depositions and behind-the-scenes lawyering, SUWA will be defending the land against the state of Utah and Kane County in the first “bellwether” case this winter.
  • Hold onto the land until it can be permanently protected as wilderness or national monuments. That means our day-to-day work of defending the land against proposals big and small, from challenging energy leasing and development to blocking “chaining” projects to halting off-road vehicle abuse.
  • Build the movement to protect the Redrock. SUWA’s life blood for political strength and financial support comes from members like you. Our membership ultimately gives us our core political strength for both legislative and executive branch work.

To meet these big challenges, we’ve set a big goal — raising $250,000 online by the end of this month.

Can you help us reach that goal by making a special tax-deductible year-end contribution today?

Click here to help protect the Redrock in 2019 and beyond.

SUWA will never rest in our defense of America’s redrock. But our work is only possible with the support of people like you.

Thank you for standing with us to defend Utah wilderness.

Karin Duncker
Development Director

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