Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks To Close 12 Days Per Year For Cultural Observances, Routine Work

BLM News:
ALBUQUERQUE  In keeping with the administration’s priorities of being good neighbors and respecting the ties that native and traditional communities have to public lands, the Bureau of Land Management is announcing that the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument will be closed 12 days throughout the year, to allow for Pueblo de Cochiti cultural observances and routine BLM maintenance.  
The closure, which will remain in effect for two years, was announced today in the Federal Register. The BLM manages the monument in close cooperation with the Pueblo, which requested the closure.  
The monument will be closed Jan. 6; the Friday before Easter; Easter Sunday; the Monday after Easter; May 3; July 13-14; July 25; Nov. 1; Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Day; and New Year’s Day.  
The BLM will post these dates at the entry gate and on the monument website: https://www.blm.gov/visit/kktr
For more information, please contact the monument’s Outdoor Recreation Planner Jamie Garcia at 505.761.8787