In this June 22, 2016, photo, Jonah Yellowman, a Navajo spiritual adviser, points skyward in Kane Gulch, near Blanding, Utah. Tribal members visit the Bears Ears land, named for a set of rock formations, to perform ceremonies, collect herbs for medicinal purposes and do healing rituals. “Every monument has its purpose. This one has medicines here. This one has prayers, offerings, something that is very spiritual to us,” Yellowman said. “We’d like to keep it that way.” (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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