Don't "develop" the Grand Canyon

One of the most deservedly celebrated natural wonders in North America is also among the most endangered. Plans for uranium mining, a tourist tram line, and massive "development" threaten the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River. Background:
CommonDreams: Grand Canyon in the Crosshairs?
National Geographic: Grand Canyon Development Plans

A mining company, Energy Fuels Resources, is seeking to reopen a uranium mine; a proposed tramway would take tourists from new commercial sites to the canyon’s floor, and the nearby town of Tusayan, Ariz., is proposing 2,000 homes, 3 million square feet of commercial space, a spa, and a dude ranch.

To the U.S. Forest Service:

We urge you to reject Tusayan's application for a special use permit and to put a halt to any more "development" at the Grand Canyon.


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Number Date Name Please add a comment if you ...
57457 1 year ago Hannah van der Veken
57456 1 year ago Paul Meyer Enough is too much bc less is more.
57455 1 year ago Diana Nicolas
57454 1 year ago Anonymous
57453 1 year ago Pat Coates Protect its beauty for all of us to use and for future generations.
It is magnificent the way it is and needs no artificial structures.
57452 1 year ago Esther Behar
57451 1 year ago Diana Sark
57450 1 year ago Anonymous Stop building homes. Make birth control free to all.
57449 1 year ago Janet Davis
57448 1 year ago Dawn Bartizal
57447 1 year ago Kim Kean
57446 1 year ago Carolyn Hertzler PLEASE don't add anything to the beautiful landscape of the west - or try to
dig it up for a few dollars. Leave it alone and don't add to the landscape with man-made ideas. PLEASE!!
57445 1 year ago Chris Miller
57444 1 year ago DONNA DUNCAN THE GRAND CANYON IS A BEAUTIFUL & SACRED PLACE! IT NEEDS TO BE PRESERVED FOREVER!
GREED 7 LIES SHOULD NOT BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN SOMETHING SPECIAL THAT COULD NEVER BE REPLACED!
57443 1 year ago Carel Thornton
57442 1 year ago Anonymous Please leave our wilderness alone.
57441 1 year ago Geraldine Ekhator
57440 1 year ago shirley mccracken
57439 1 year ago clare bornarth
57438 1 year ago Tammy Green Stop please stop taking away nature isnt this a historical place where it is protected ? one of the seven wonders of the world why would anyone destory this I dont understand this is so sad please d...
57437 1 year ago clare bornarth
57436 1 year ago bonnie lomax those mines are no benefit for the Grand Canyon or the people living around the area ,of where the mines will be. Don't expect the EPA to do their job, they don't know how
57435 1 year ago Janice Fish Please protect this land from development and keep its natural beauty for future generations to admire.
57434 1 year ago Alan Christie
57433 1 year ago sarah Norwood
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