30 x 30 Power In Nature: Protecting California Together

power in nature: 30 x 30 CA

National Monuments

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California has five exciting national monument campaigns underway. If all five are designation, California would have more than 1 million newly conserved acres, leap-frogging California toward its 30×30 goal. Scroll down for more informaton and petitions for each campaign.

Protect an interconnected cultural, natural, and spiritual living landscape that holds Tribal history and supports Indigenous peoples today.

The Kw’tsán National Monument will protect over 390,000 acres of the Fort. Yuma Quechan Indian Tribe’s homelands, located in Imperial County.

Molok Luyuk (pronounced “Ma.lok/ Lue.yoke”) means “Condor Ridge” in the Patwin language. These public lands are located on the eastern edge of the current monument and are sacred to the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation.

The San Gabriel Mountains are the backyard for many urban and culturally diverse communities in and around Los Angeles.
Nestled within the Shasta-Trinity, Klamath, and Modoc National Forests of northeastern California, Sáttítla, commonly known as the Medicine Lake Highlands, are a culturally significant, geologically unique, water rich, and life sustaining region in need of greater protections.