Protect the Arctic Refuge from future oil and gas drilling.

The Department of the Interior has announced plans to lease the coastal plain of Alaska’s Arctic Refuge to oil and gas companies. This is the biological heart of the refuge and a sacred area for the Gwich’in people. Damage to this intact wilderness could have widespread negative consequences.

Protect the Arctic Refuge from future oil and gas drilling.

Support Patagonia environmental grantee Alaska Wilderness League. Submit a comment telling the Department of the Interior to keep the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge protected from oil and gas extraction.

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