SUWA is infamous for what some refer to as dirty tricks and others refer to as lies, in garnering donations from supporters through near-hysterical ads portraying oil rigs in national parks, and similar scare tactics.
“It’s so noisy, and so busy, and so overcrowded, they were closing areas because of overcapacity of the cars.”
The difference in funding is staggering $20,000,000.00 (radicalized environmentalists) vs $1,870.00 (grassroots movement).
It is heartbreaking to think of what the land will come to if this monument takes place, the access and the resources that will be stripped from those who love the land most.
This is more proof that federal ‘protection’ of lands, resources and natural treasures, protects nothing, and actually exposes them to destruction due to vast numbers of human visitors.
Federal land management agencies are strapped for cash. The National Park Service has a deferred maintenance backlog of nearly $12 billion.
Alcohol businesses are seeing ‘phenomenal growth’ alongside marijuana industry in Colorado.
Those homes, farming operations, and indeed everything within the “view shed” of this magical mesa may be changed forever.