Protect our parks!
For more than 100 years, American presidents have used a law called the Antiquities Act to preserve our most treasured natural areas, from the first National Monument created by Teddy Roosevelt, Devil’s Tower in Wyoming, to the Statue of Liberty, to our newest National Monument, Browns Canyon in Colorado. Now, some in Congress want to eliminate the Antiquities Act and stop protecting our most beloved landscapes, leaving North America’s oldest ponderosa pine forest open to logging, the Grand Canyon watershed suspectible to toxic mining, and the wild stretches of Idaho and southern Oregon at risk. We need to keep this law in the books to help ensure these lands won’t be sold to the highest bidder, but protected and preserved forever.
Email your member of Congress today and urge them to vote to protect the Antiquities Act and protect our parks.