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Protect the Grand Canyon Watershed!

We all know and love the Grand Canyon as an icon of America’s majestic wild places. The area surrounding it is equally stunning, home to both arid deserts and old-growth pine forests, as well as animals that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

Protecting this area is crucial to keeping Grand Canyon healthy, thriving and beautiful. But the area is threatened by corporations who want to mine for uranium and log ancient forests. This would be disastrous.

The good news is that President Obama can permanently protect this unique wilderness area near the Grand Canyon with the stroke of a pen, by naming it a national monument. Tell President Obama to stand up to corporate interests and establish his legacy as a president who protects our national treasures!

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Dear [Decision Maker],

Please protect this natural, cultural and archeological treasure by naming it as a national monument. A national monument designation would help preserve sacred indigenous sites and traditional values, give wildlife much needed room to roam, and prevent harmful uranium mining, logging and other destructive practices from destroying this unique piece of America.

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