Our public lands and waters are under threat

Responding to this administration’s attack on national monuments to further undermine our public lands and waters, a broad coalition of businesses, Native American tribes, conservation groups and concerned citizens are speaking up. Join us and raise your voice in defense of our public lands.

Our public lands and waters are under threat

America’s public lands—millions of acres of mountains, rivers and plains—are owned by every American. But they are under assault by our current administration and their friends in the oil and gas industries, who want to exploit our public lands for short-term gain, at the expense of our shared American legacy. We need your voice to remind our elected representatives that public lands belong to everyone and Americans want them protected.

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