Q Martin

The Confluence of the Little Colorado River and the Colorado is now safe from a mega development plan, the Navajo Tribal Government voted against moving forward with a tramway and mega shop /hotel shopping mall developments construction. I am so thankful this sacred site will stay untouched by man development hands and sheep headers, medicine men and others may experience The majestic beauty of this place just as it always has been. #protectthesaceed #savetheconfluence

The Confluence of the Little Colorado River and the Colorado is now safe from a mega development plan, the Navajo Tribal Government voted against moving forward with a tramway and mega shop /hotel shopping mall developments construction. I am so thankful this sacred site will stay untouched by man development hands and sheep headers, medicine men and others may experience The majestic beauty of this place just as it always has been. #protectthesaceed #savetheconfluence

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@maxalix

@jamesqmartin just as it has always been πŸ™πŸΌ

@pulacheana

Spectacular view.

@efinland

Unbelievably beautiful!

@brantcopen

Thank God!

@cameronclarkphoto

Happy dance this week βœ…β€οΈ

@sahu.nidhi9

Different shades of red color...

@sahu.nidhi9

Great news. Picture is so beautiful. Can you also post the picture of flora of place you visited. That red color flower of weed in pic also looking beautiful.

@e.monty

So glad to hear that!!!! πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ I signed a petition against that almost immediately after being there.

@dadaverave

A big victory in this period of rampant disregard for the natural world. I agree with Claude above though... they will try again.

@garmentfarmer

Yes!!! So happy to hear!!

@travelwithdaniel

Yeah!! Best news in quite a while

@cdclaude3

Can’t let the guard down... they will be back... they probably figure they can get rejected 20 times but they only need to be accepted once

@mikhailahoward

I don't understand why this was even an option in the first place. Money, of course, is the driving factor. But what they don't seem to understand is- once you build places like this in sacred sites, it's over. You don't get that beauty back

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