Castner Range National Monument

Help Make Castner Range a National Monument

KTEP THE WEEKEND: Castner Range Interview


CASTNER RANGE has a rich military history. Fort Bliss acquired the land and used it as a firing range. But leftover unexploded ordinance has left much of the land off limits to the public. The 7000+ acres that make up Castner Range has roads, trails, ancient rock art and natural beauty that has led many community members and organizations to push to designate Castner Range as a National Monument. To tell us more about this initiative are Scott Cutler and Richard Teschner with the Castner Range National Monument Initiative.

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Aired June 11, 2016. 

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