In an op-ed in Men's Journal Magazine, Rose Marcario, the president and CEO of Patagonia, and Land Tawney, president and CEO of the nonprofit conservation group Backcountry Hunters & Anglers say that "William Perry Pendley needs to leave D.C. for Christmas and not return to his job afterward."
The op-ed goes on to point out that Pendley "has the power to shape resource management plans and open wildlife migration corridors to oil and gas development in places like the Red Desert of Wyoming," and notes that "the U.S.’s 640 million acres of public lands and waters belong to all of us. Whether you love to hunt, fish, hike, or canoe—or just like to have a quiet place to stargaze—our public lands and waters are there to enjoy."
Durango, Colo. Work on behalf of the National #ConservationLands for @ConservationLF. Hunt #publiclands. Love powder, rivers, singletrack. Hate fragments.
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