Bears Ears Partnership leads on the ground site conservation, education, stewardship and research programs to protect and build respect for the greater Bears Ears cultural landscape.

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Visit With Respect

Cultural sites are sacred to Indigenous peoples and integral to American history. By treading softly and leaving things as we find them, we show respect for those who came before us and those who will visit after us.

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Education Center

Bears Ears Education Center

The Bears Ears Education Center is a community-powered space that aims to equip hikers, backpackers, paddlers, climbers and other visitors with tips and resources on how to visit the public lands of San Juan County and Bears Ears National Monument with respect.


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Explore Bears Ears

Bears Ears National Monument offers a wealth to do and see, including camping, hiking and scenic drives.  Learn how to visit with respect on foot, on wheels and more.

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Volunteer Opportunity: Project for Indian Creek Campgrounds

Volunteer Opportunity: Project for Indian Creek Campgrounds

Join Bears Ears Partnership and Bureau of Land Management for a volunteer project at the Indian Creek Campgrounds on National Public Lands Day, Saturday, September 23.

Volunteers will remove the build up of Russian Thistle from the campgrounds, and other projects if time permits. 

For more information, contact BEP Volunteer Manager, Ricky Begaye (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 435.414.0343 x702).

Event Information

Event Date 09-23-2023 9:00 am

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