Tell state officials: Rename Mt. Evans to Mt. Blue Sky
With strong support from organizations across the state, the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes have proposed to rename Mt. Evans as Mt. Blue Sky, a name that honors the cultures and traditions of both the Cheyenne and Arapaho.
Now or never: Tell senators to pass climate change legislation
We're still waiting for senators to pass comprehensive climate change legislation. And the window of opportunity is now closing, as the upcoming midterm elections could change the balance of power in Congress.
Tell the Biden admin: Arctic drilling project needs public scrutiny
Dangerous oil and gas development is looming on Alaska's North Slope. The Trump-era “Willow” project has been halted by the courts for its climate and environmental impacts.
Tell Congress: everyone should have access to nature
Let Congress know that creating neighborhood parks and supporting efforts to help people get outside is essential to the well-being of communities.
Thank the Biden admin for protecting greater Chaco Canyon!
President Biden has announced a 20-year ban on new oil and gas leasing and development around Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico.
Other Ways to Get Involved
Americans must be prepared to stand up for our wildlands if we want to save some for future generations. This action toolkit will get you started. Let's dig in and get to work!
More drilling on public lands & waters will ultimately hurt our safety and security
Map: More high quality parks for these communities if Congress acts
Through an Indigenous lens
Racist or offensive names persist in U.S. parks; new plan confronts them
New oil and gas leasing banned from public lands around Chaco Canyon
Finally! Bears Ears, Grand Staircase-Escalante restored by Biden
Biden takes big step toward Boundary Waters protection
How hard is it for some communities to access the outdoors? Our video series explores
Confirmed: Tongass rule to include expanded protections
What if we could save our wildest places for future generations?
Our last wild places are under tremendous pressure from development, overuse and natural resource extraction. Solutions exist to many of these problems, but our nation's leaders must act on them. It's up to us to make sure they do. Together, we can save our best wildlands. Join us in the fight.