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Local landowners are speaking up in support of #CascadeSiskiyou. RT to stand with them! #MonumentsForAll #MadeInAmericaWeek @SecretaryZinke pic.twitter.com/yuIrfibBe1— Monuments For All (@MonumentsForUSA) July 19, 2017
Protect stories & communities made in America. RT to tell @SecretaryZinke to save #MonumentsForAll like #CascadeSiskiyou! #MadeInAmericaWeek pic.twitter.com/5DXSmJ3VHu— Monuments For All (@MonumentsForUSA) July 17, 2017
Please RT! Why do Oregonians want @SecretaryZinke to preserve #CascadeSiskiyou? #MonumentsForAll designation benefits local communities. pic.twitter.com/KQ41VFNHRy— Monuments For All (@MonumentsForUSA) July 14, 2017
We're at BLM Medford today where southern Oregonians love #CascadeSiskiyou! RT to show your support for #MonumentsForAll. @SecretaryZinke pic.twitter.com/HcEmzmvWUC— Monuments For All (@MonumentsForUSA) July 16, 2017
This monument is in real trouble! On June 27, the Facebook Page for Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument posted, "Today the House Natural Resources Committee passed H.R. 2936 which calls for a statutory repeal of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. You can call your representative and ask them not to vote for this bill once it reaches the House Floor. U.S. Capitol Switchboard (202) 224-3121"
BLM: Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Map (as of June 2017) - PDF