Bryce Canyon National Park is a unique, secluded park known for its expansive views, clear air and dark night skies.
But the Bureau of Land Management is on the verge of approving a massive 3,500 acre strip coal mine right next to the park that would operate 24 hours a day, 6 days a week, polluting Bryce's air, water and quiet seclusion.
Despite these significant concerns shown in BLM's own analysis, BLM has just proposed that the mine be approved. BLM is currently accepting public comments on its proposal and strong public opposition is needed to convince the BLM to reverse course and reject this dirty coal mine.
Tell the Bureau of Land Management: Don't allow coal mining next to Bryce Canyon National Park.
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