The timelessness of the Grand Canyon; the remote solitude of Alaska's wild frontier; Great Smoky Mountains National Park; the redwoods and the Everglades -- America's public lands are national treasures owned by all of us and held in trust for wildlife and future generations. They include more than 600 million acres of towering forests, rushing rivers, swaying grasslands and magical deserts.
Sadly these special places are under attack, and we need your help to make sure these public lands remain in public hands.
In January, armed militants illegally took over Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Oregon. And while the occupation came to an end, the struggle to protect our public lands is far from finished. Politicians in Washington, D.C., and state legislatures across the nation have proposed bills designed to hand over our public lands to the states or private developers. We can't let that happen.
April 14, 2016 Action Alert ID# 362
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