the politics of bears ears is complicated. this is simple.
Please join Duct Tape Then Beer and your community in building something real:
The Bears Ears Visitor Center
places get loved to death. Educating visitors is the best way to protect the cultural and ecological resources.
We know you care about Bears Ears. It is a big, wild place, but its land and treasures are delicate. In order to protect the cultural and ecological resources, Bears Ears needs a gathering point for visitor education. Please join us in building the Bears Ears Visitor Center in Bluff, Utah.
Please read on to learn how you can be involved or click the button below to contact Leici Hendrix to join our community of builders (firstname.lastname@example.org).
what are we doing?
We're running a grassroots Kickstarter campaign to raise $100K to contribute to building a Bears Ears Visitor Center in Bluff, Utah. Duct Tape Then Beer is contributing $5000.
what are we asking of you?
We are asking you to lead your outdoor community and pledge to give some amount of money. If you give money, please share the campaign.
why are we doing this?
Because we have a chance to defend our public lands by doing something real and concrete. Together.
who is involved?
- Your brand (and other outdoor industry brands)
- The outdoor community
- Duct Tape Then Beer
- Friends of Cedar Mesa
when will this happen?
Our Kickstarter campaign will run from Thanksgiving through Christmas 2017.
Duct Tape Then Beer will thank you on our social channels and donors of $1000 or greater will be a Founding Partner and have their name honored on a wall within the Bears Ears Visitor Center. Your donation is tax-deductible and will qualify as a 1% For The Planet contribution.
beautiful AND unique.
wild AND DELICATE.
Below, see the Bears Ears through the eyes of Duct Tape Then Beer's friend photographers.
(Header image credit, this page)
matt van biene
Please help us build the Bears Ears Visitor Center. Click below to email us (email@example.com). Thank you.