Bears Ears National Monument
Help support Friends of Cedar Mesa, an organization that is helping protect and preserve open land in Southern Utah.
In collaboration with local artists Jim Harris (Perpetual Weekend) and Nick Jones, we are excited to release a cause-based textile. All sales will directly benefit the Friends of Cedar Mesa organization and go towards the ongoing fight to protect the Bears Ears area. Each one-of-a-kind organic cotton shirt is screen printed by hand with water-based inks.
A Summary of the Bears Ears National Monument Proclamation from the Friends of Cedar Mesa Foundation
On Wednesday, December 28, 2016, President Obama designated a Bears Ears National Monument in southeast Utah. The new national monument is 1.35 million acres in size, including about 1 million acres of public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management and 290,000 acres managed by the US Forest Service. The monument will be managed by these two agencies, who went under a joint planning process that kicked off in January 2017. Today, this area remains in great danger and needs the help of the public to continue the fight on protecting its future.