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Hopi Tribe passes resolution opposing Navajo Nation business
Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Leaders of the
of Arizona passed a resolution that opposes a proposed
Hopi Chairman Herman G. Honanie said the
Grand Canyon Escalade
, a project that includes a tramway to carry tourists to the floor of the
Grand Canyon National Park
, poses a threat to sacred sites.
"[I]t will significantly and forever adversely impact Hopi sacred places to which Hopis have aboriginal title and use," Honanie told Lake Powell Life.
Environmental groups are also opposing the project.
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Hopi Oppose Grand Canyon Escalade Proposal by Navajo
(Lake Powell Life 10/9)
Navajo Nation sees opposition to Grand Canyon tourism project
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