The Bears Ears National Monument is only a few weeks old, but Rep. Rob Bishop from Utah is already trying to change that.
Former President Barack Obama created the national monument not long before he left office. That essentially makes new developments on the land impossible, and that's what's upsetting Bishop.
Obama used the Antiquities Act, which allows any president to create a national monument without needing to consult Congress.
Bishop says Obama never took into account how the land could be used. So he's asking President Donald Trump to either shrink the monument or get rid of it all together.
But that's a pretty big ask. One expert told NPR the Antiquities Act doesn't really allow for presidents to change or eliminate national monuments. Instead, only Congress can revoke them.
One of the reasons Bears Ears was created is because the land is considered sacred by Native American's in the area. And a committee of the Navajo Nation Council unanimously voted to oppose revoking the national monument.
In fact, Native American's were instrumental in the creation of Bears Ears. And Bears Ears is unique because representatives from five tribes will help federal agencies in managing the land.
Utah's legislature also wants to eliminate Bears Ears. State lawmakers worry that preventing development on the land will have a negative impact on rural communities.