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Greater Canyonlands remains one of the last untouched frontiers of the West and one of the largest roadless areas in the lower 48 states. The idea of protecting Greater Canyonlands has endured for nearly 80 years — but protecting it has never been more urgent. Increasing pressures from oil and gas development, potash and uranium mining, and even tar sands development threaten the archeological, biological, and recreational values of this unique region — not to mention threatening the source of the Southwest’s most critical watershed.
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