Make Olympic National Park a Certified Quiet Park

Photo: Ruby Beach, Olympic National Park.

As humanity’s presence on the planet increases, we’ve begun to lose some of our least noise polluted places. Whether from park operations or the engines of an aircraft overhead, our once peaceful sanctuaries are in jeopardy.

Because we care deeply about Olympic National Park’s natural soundscape, we are launching a campaign to protect these natural sounds and reduce noise pollution across the park. Please join the Hear Our Olympics Campaign and encourage Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum to work toward one of our nation's first "Quiet Parks" designation for Olympic. Learn more.

This special designation will help highlight the outstanding natural sounds of the park, helping to ensure our most pristine soundscapes are protected for generations to come. (Please remember to personalize your message below by adding why you support a "Quiet Parks" designation for Olympic.)


Make Olympic National Park a Certified Quiet Park

Dear [Decision Maker],

Through the National Park Service's Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division, Olympic National Park can become one of the country's first certified Quiet Parks. I support National Parks Conservation Association's Hear Our Olympics initiative, and join the organization in asking you to take steps towards this certification.

Thank you for your steadfast work to protect the integrity of Olympic National Park and for considering this important step, which can help us forever hear our Olympics.

[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]


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