Don't Let Big Coal Destroy Bryce Canyon National Park

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Originally Posted: January 11, 2012

Don't Let Big Coal Destroy Bryce Canyon National Park

FROM The Sierra Club


Tell the BLM to stop this dirty, dangerous proposal and protect the Bryce Canyon region for future generations.

Sign an online petition:

And/or better yet, make direct contact:

Keith Rigtrup
Bureau of Land Management
Kanab Field Office
319 North 100 East
Kanab, UT 84741
phone (435) 65-3063


Big Coal and the City of Los Angeles are threatening Bryce Canyon National Park. They've proposed building a 3,500 acre coal strip mine right next to the park to extract coal to power L.A. If built, the mine would turn southern Utah into an industrial zone -- jeopardizing the park, tourism, and the health of local residents.

Instead of destroying a national park to create dirty energy from coal, the sun-drenched city of Los Angeles should create its own solar energy. Right now, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is accepting your comments on the strip mine proposal.

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