PHOENIX,Ariz. (November 3, 2015)— Conservation groups today applauded the Navajo Nation and the Hopi, Havasupai, and Hualapai tribes for their leadership in advancing a national monument proposal to permanently protect public lands around Grand Canyon from new uranium mining and to protect important cultural and natural resources.
Just as humans use highways that span state and national boundaries for many essential purposes, wildlife needs Wildways to travel the distances required to find a mate, breed and to keep genetic variability strong.
Where there are lynx, there are willows and snowshoe hares.
The Spine of the Continent Initiative is the largest scale conservation initiative in the world in terms of geographic scope, amount of wildness at stake, and amount of cooperative action it will take to pull it off.
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