Utah trust lands in Bears Ears monument an issue

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Utah trust lands in Bears Ears monument an issue

Utah looks to hold onto education revenue as White House proposes land exchange to protect Bears Ears
Milk Ranch Overlook Ruin overlooks Cedar Mesa, which became part of the Bears Ears National Monument. The federal government looks to acquire 109,106 acres of Utah trust lands in the monument through land swap with Utah.
The Cedar Mesa area within the newly created Bears Ears National Monument is sprinkled with parcels of Utah Trust lands that the federal government wants to gain through a land exchange.
Looking down on Comb Ridge, located within the Bears Ears Monument area.

Utah trust lands in Bears Ears monument an issue

Milk Ranch Overlook Ruin overlooks Cedar Mesa, which became part of the Bears Ears National Monument. The federal government looks to acquire 109,106 acres of Utah trust lands in the monument through land swap with Utah.
The Cedar Mesa area within the newly created Bears Ears National Monument is sprinkled with parcels of Utah Trust lands that the federal government wants to gain through a land exchange.
Looking down on Comb Ridge, located within the Bears Ears Monument area.
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