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  • Congress: Please Restore Park Funding for 2016
    The Park Service proposed budget for next year makes a much-needed investment in our country's most treasured natural and historical places. Urge your members of Congress to support the requested funding increase for national parks in Fiscal Year 2016.
  • Take Action: Fracking Threatens Health of National Parks
    If the administration does not establish rules that effectively regulate environmental impacts of fracking, more than 100 of our most treasured national parks may be harmed. Tell the president that fracking must be done in a way that protects our parks.
  • Welcome Pullman and Honouliuli National Monuments to the National Park System!
    President Obama recently designated Pullman and Honouliuli National Monuments as the next sites to be managed by the National Park Service. Send a message to the president thanking him for preserving our American heritage through these sites.
  • Help Protect the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail and Colonial National Historical Park!
    Tell the Army Corps of Engineers to protect the Captain John Smith Trail and Colonial National Historical Park by rejecting Dominion's request to build seventeen transmission towers in the historic James River.
  • Keep National Parks Safe from Oil spills
    Tell Congress to make sure the Department of Transportation requires the safest measures in their updated rules for tank car safety and oil spill response plans.
  • Our National Parks
    Please join the National Parks Conservation Association and send a message to the President and Congress that our national parks matter.
  • Pennsylvania Residents: Tell Governor-elect Wolf to Protect Parks from Fracking Impacts!
    The introduction of drilling in or near national parks will change their landscape, as we already are seeing. Tell Governor-elect Wolf that hydraulic fracturing in Pennsylvania must not compromise our parks, clean water and air, and economies.
  • Protect Desert National Parks and Wildlife!
    The Bureau of Land Management is currently accepting comments on a 5 million-acre plan that could either better protect or forever harm Mojave Desert national parks and wildlife. Join NPCA in supporting a plan that protects these national treasures.
  • Protect Gates of the Arctic from Ambler Road Impacts
    An industrial mining road could soon be built through Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve. Tell the National Park Service that if a road to the Ambler mining district is built, park resources must be protected.
  • Say Thanks and Tell the EPA to Finalize "Exceptional Protections" for Alaska Salmon!
    This summer, the EPA announced that "Bristol Bay's exceptional fisheries deserve exceptional protections." Tell the EPA to protect Bristol Bay's clean water and wild salmon.
  • Tell Congress to Support our National Parks
    Send a message to your senators and representative encouraging them to support national parks when these issues come up in their committees or on the Senate or House floor.
  • Tell EPA: Protect our Lungs and Parks from Air Pollution!
    The U.S. EPA is currently accepting comments on its proposed standards for ozone pollution. Tell the EPA it must lower ozone pollution to the level its science advisors say is necessary to fully protect human health and our environment.
  • Tell Governor Hogan and Maryland Lawmakers: Don't Give Up on the Chesapeake's National Parks!
    Now is not the time to reverse course on policies that will reduce pollution to clean water and protect Maryland's natural and historic landscapes. Tell Maryland lawmakers to protect laws that protect the state's national park waters from pollution.
  • H.R. 2954
    H.R. 2954 is a package of bills damaging to public lands. Specifically, NPCA opposes provisions to remove protections at Cape Hatteras National Seashore (Title V) and Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks (Title VII). The Cape Hatteras provision would overturn a multi-year public process that achieved balance between sea turtle and shorebird protection and beach driving. The National Park Service should be allowed to continue their balanced and successful management of Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The Yellowstone and Grand Teton provision revokes the current, protective National Park Service rules and could lead to unregulated non-motorized boating on roughly 7,500 miles of rivers and streams in Yellowstone and Grand Teton. The bill attempts to elevate the wishes of one user group over others who visit and appreciate the parks, and seeks to direct an outcome without regard to sound scientific analysis and cost.

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