In six western states and Alaska, the Trump Administration is fast-tracking and cutting the public out of decisions to give away National Conservation Lands that support the economies of hundreds of local communities, vital wildlife habitats and recreation areas used by millions of Americans.
The administration is also undermining its own ability to be effective stewards of our public lands, but you can take action to stop them: join Conservation Lands Foundation and 80 conservation organizations and businesses and Tell Secretary Bernhardt to Restore Protections for LGBTQ Employees.
One recent assault on our public lands is a proposed four-lane highway through southern Utah's Red Cliffs National Conservation Area (NCA)—which exists to protect the already-threatened Mojave desert tortoise. Your voice is crucial to help us stop this highway: take action here.
People and communities on the frontlines are not sitting idly by and watching the lands we care about systematically get taken from us. With your help, we're going to do what it takes legally and through public pressure to stop the damage to America’s public lands legacy.
Your action - large and small - makes a difference and is needed now more than ever:
Save Red Cliffs! Say NO WAY to a Highway
Submit your comment to protect Utah’s Red Cliffs National Conservation Area from a four-lane highway.
Share Your Love for the California Desert
Join us during the month of July with your Love Note for the California Desert National Conservation Lands.
Time to Choose! Are Some Public Lands Too Valuable To Be Destroyed?
Add your voice to protect America’s iconic public lands! Join Conservation Lands and tell Congress these NINE special places are too valuable to be destroyed.
Find a volunteer opportunity with one of our Friends Grassroots Network partners near you.
Invest in Conservation Lands Foundation
Your gift to the Conservation Lands Foundation is building a national movement of community-based advocates to protect America’s National Conservation Lands on the ground, in the courts and in the halls of Congress, now – and for generations to come.