Take Action for Our Public Lands by July 10th


Please comment to the Department of the Interior by July 10th.
Comment here.

The Trump administration recently ordered a review of national monuments, mounting an attack on the iconic public lands and waters that are critical to our nation’s economy and way of life. Sixteen presidents from both sides of the aisle have designated national monuments to protect places like the Grand Canyon and Bears Ears. The executive order puts the fate of these parks and monuments in the hands of the Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke.

Trump has made it clear that he wants to scale back or eliminate national monuments, taking land out of public hands to give to private corporations like fossil fuel companies.

This action will impact our monuments in our region: Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine Monument, off the coast of Cape Cod, and Katahdin Woods and Waters in Maine.

With your help, we can demonstrate the overwhelming public support for national monuments and resist the administration’s attack on our lands.

Please take action with us to protect our public lands!

Read a fact sheet produced by the Environmental League here.

Read a new analasys from the Center for American Progress that describes the scientific and ecological value of each of the 22 land-based monuments under review. Analysis and interactive here.
Sample tweets and press release here.

Read a letter from The Trustees to Secretary Zinke here