President Biden has inherited an immense task when it comes to America’s public lands: undo the Trump Administration's actions to open to mining and drilling millions of acres of National Conservation Lands across six western States and Alaska.
With your help, we fought the Trump Administration’s efforts to fast-track decisions every step of the way.
We are activating the power of local communities to support President Biden’s work to restore and expand protections for America’s National Conservation Lands.
Your action - large and small - makes a difference and is needed now more than ever.
Protect Caja del Rio
The Caja del Rio is a beautiful landscape and remains vital for local communities. It must be protected for future generations. Enter into the new Caja del Rio Story Map and learn more about this beautiful landscape and the people who call it home!
Protect the Dolores River Canyon
Add your voice to the movement to protect the Dolores River Canyon: an essential lifeline to the landscape and cultures of western Colorado.
It’s Time to Care
Show your support to increase funding for America’s National Conservation Lands - add your name below!
Tell President Biden he must ACT NOW to protect America’s Western Arctic
Your Comment Needed by March 9 to Oppose Approval of New Massive Oil Project in America’s Western Arctic
Explore The Climate Atlas
The Climate Atlas is a first-of-its-kind online public lands mapping tool that gives clear, understandable, and visual information about the climate, biodiversity, carbon and related characteristics of public lands in the U.S. Dive in to help prioritize new conservation protections for America’s valuable and vulnerable lands.
Story Map: Avi Kwa Ame
Avi Kwa Ame (Ah-VEE kwa-meh) is the Mojave name for Spirit Mountain and the surrounding landscape in Southern Nevada. Virtually visit Avi Kwa Ame through our interactive story map. Hear from Fort Mojave tribe as they share their connection to the land and why this sacred landscape should be protected.
Story Map: Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands
The Owyhee Canyonlands are a wild, intact area connecting Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada. Check out a glimpse into the fascinating geological roots, rich cultural history, and thriving, wild nature of Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands through this interactive story map, published in partnership with Friends of the Owyhee and Oregon Natural Desert Association.
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