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Do Not Weaken Rules for Drilling in Parks!

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Tell Secretary Zinke that he must keep his promise to protect our parks -- including their air, water and wildlife -- by not rescinding, suspending or revising the National Park Service rules for oil and gas operations.

EPA: Protect National Parks -- Don't Repeal the Clean Power Plan!

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The EPA wants to repeal the Clean Power Plan, which was designed to lessen impacts of climate change and curb harmful pollution from coal-fired power plants. Tell EPA Administrator Pruitt that repealing this plan will hurt human health and national parks.

Ask Congress to Provide Hurricane Relief for National Parks and Park Communities

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National parks were hit hard during Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Tell Congress to include our national parks in any federal disaster relief funding package, so they can reopen sooner, support local economies and be more resilient in future storms.

Tell Congress to Preserve and Protect the Antiquities Act!

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Urge Congress to support the Antiquities Act, safeguarding America's special places, and oppose any amendments or bills to undermine this important law and the future preservation of and access to our national heritage.

Protect the Grand Canyon area from mining!

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Tell the Forest Service to withdraw its report calling a Grand Canyon mining ban a "burden"

Congress: Support the National Park Service Legacy Act

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Raising entrance fees is not the solution to addressing the $11.3 billion repair backlog, but passing the bipartisan National Park Service Legacy Act is. Urge Congress to pass this bill that provides dedicated funding to fix our parks!

Help NPCA Protect Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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Meridian Energy Group is currently working on getting the necessary permits to build an oil refinery just 3 miles from Theodore Roosevelt National Park! Tell the company's CEO that an oil refinery has no place next to a national park.

Tell Congress: Save Our National Monuments!

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Urge your members of Congress to put a stop to the Trump administration's attack on our national monuments and public lands.

Parks Need More Champions in Congress

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Send a message to your members of Congress to make sure they are doing everything they can to protect national parks.

Tell Secretary Zinke: Support National Parks

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As he takes on this new role, join us in expressing why Secretary Zinke needs to be a strong steward of our national parks.

Tell Congress: Don't cut park funding

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Send a message to your congressional representatives urging them to stand strong and support adequate funding for our national parks.

Demand Congress Protect National Monuments

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Tell your member of Congress to reject any attempts by the Trump Administration to remove, resize, or otherwise decrease the protections for any of our national monuments.

Protect Streams, Rivers and Our National Parks with Reasonable Funding for the Chesapeake Bay Program!

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Please tell Congress to protect our national parks by ensuring the Chesapeake Bay Program receives reasonable funding of $73 million annually, the amount allocated in years past, to protect the rivers, streams and national parks in the watershed.

Make Olympic National Park a Certified Quiet Park

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Support the Hear Our Olympics campaign and encourage the National Park Service to designate Olympic National Park a "Quiet Park."

Join the JBA Campaign

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Join our coalition of concerned citizens as we promise to protect and preserve the future of Jamaica Bay.

Support the Land and Water Conservation Fund!

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Ask your members of Congress to co-sponsor legislation that fully funds and permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund, a program that has protected our parks from incompatible development for over 50 years.

History Lost? Turnpike Expansion Threatens Valley Forge

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Join NPCA in urging Pennsylvania officials to protect George Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge with the Pennsylvania Turnpike widening project.

Tell Secretary Zinke: Monument Review Needs Transparency

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Urge Secretary Zinke to consider the breadth of support received during the public comment period on the review of national monuments and maintain equal protections for all sites.

Tell Congress: Reject POTUS Budget for Parks

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Ask your members of Congress to reject the president's proposed budget for fiscal year 2018 and instead help parks recover from years of underfunding.

Protect Our Great Lakes National Parks and Water Quality with Robust Funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative!

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Tell Congress to ensure that the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is fully funded at $300 million annually to protect the Great Lakes and national parks along their shores.

EPA: Protect National Parks -- Don't Repeal the Clean Power Plan

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The EPA wants to repeal the Clean Power Plan, which was designed to lessen impacts of climate change and curb harmful pollution from coal-fired power plants. Tell EPA Administrator Pruitt that repealing this plan will hurt human health and national parks.

Our National Parks

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Please join the National Parks Conservation Association and send a message to the President and Congress that our national parks matter.

Mining: Not Welcome on Yellowstone's Doorstep!

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Join NPCA in standing up to protect our nation's first national park by asking the U.S. Department of Interior and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to protect Yellowstone from two adjacent gold mining proposals.