Take action: Protect our national parks from single-use plastics

From the awe-inspiring red cliffs of the Grand Canyon to the towering trees of Redwood National Park, plastic pollution is threatening our national parks and the fragile wildlife that call them home.

Each year, the National Park Service manages nearly 70 million pounds of waste -- the same weight as 155 Statues of Liberty. It's time to end the sale of the most harmful and pervasive plastic products infiltrating our national parks.

Contact your U.S. senators today and urge them to support the Reducing Waste in National Parks Act.

Subject: Support the Reducing Waste in National Parks Act and keep plastic pollution out of our parks