MOBILIZING FOR MONUMENTS

Mobilizing for Monuments
We're proud to support Mobilizing for Monuments, a united effort of companies and organizations calling for the designation or expansion of national monuments. Follow along below to learn more and get involved in the current, locally-led campaigns supported by Mobilizing for Monuments.
CHUCKWALLA NATIONAL MONUMENT landscape imagery.

CHUCKWALLA NATIONAL MONUMENT

This monument would protect nearly 700,000 acres of public lands and popular recreation destinations next to Joshua Tree National Park in California.

San Gabriel National Monument Expansion

San Gabriel National Monument Expansion

This expansion would add more than 100,000 acres of protected public lands to the current San Gabriel National Monument in Los Angeles, CA. The additional lands would increase equitable access to nature, improve public health for nearby residents and protect key drinking water resources and critical wildlife habitat.

Dolores River Canyon Country

Dolores River Canyon Country

This proposal would protect public lands surrounding the Dolores River in Western Colorado that includes critical watershed habitat, valuable recreation opportunities and cultural sites sacred to local Indigenous communities. Follow @protectthedolores for more.

Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Expansion

Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Expansion

This campaign will help expand access to nature and support wildlife migration by designating the Molok Luyuk area. Molok Luyuk means "Condor Ridge" in the Patwin language and is a sacred landscape to the Yoche Dehe Wintun Nation.