Defend Utah's Public Lands

In passing two resolutions asking the Trump administration to rescind the Bears Ears National Monument and reduce the Grand Staircase Escalante Monument, Governor Herbert and Utah’s state delegation have unleashed an all-out assault on the state’s protected public lands. This land grab would open wilderness and recreation areas to oil and gas development and could eliminate access to the diverse landscape that makes Utah unique.


The Office of Governor Gary R. Herbert

Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm

Phone: 866-349-5075


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Governor Herbert’s actions speak louder than words. Contact him today and urge him to keep public lands in public hands.

*You'll receive a call from 866-349-5075 that will provide you guidance on what to say to your officials, and then patch you through directly to them.

Encourage others to act by sharing your committment to public lands on social media. 

Talking Points: ·         One of the reasons I live in Utah is the access to public lands. I don’t want that taken away. ·         Places like [your favorite place-see some examples] matter to me because [your personal reason- see some examples] Places like: Bears Ears, Indian Creek, Utah’s canyonlands, Utah’s wilderness, Utah’s forests, Utah’s deserts, etc. Matter to me because: This is where I choose to recreate, find solace in nature, spend time with family, enjoy living here, etc.   ·         Keep public lands in public hands. It’s your job as Governor.