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The National Parks Conservation Association is America's only private, non profit advocacy organization dedicated solely to protecting, preserving, and enhancing the National Park System.
Current Advocacy Campaigns from NPCA
Do Not Weaken Rules for Drilling in Parks!
Tell Secretary Zinke that he must keep his promise to protect our parks -- including their air, water and wildlife -- by not rescinding, suspending or revising the National Park Service rules for oil and gas operations.
Help NPCA Protect Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Meridian Energy Group is currently working on getting the necessary permits to build an oil refinery just 3 miles from Theodore Roosevelt National Park! Tell the company's CEO that an oil refinery has no place next to a national park.
Cosponsor the National Park Service Legacy Act Today!
Ask your lawmakers to cosponsor the bipartisan National Park Service Legacy Act! Urge them to provide our national parks with a dedicated source of money to ensure our children and grandchildren will enjoy America's national parks just as we have!
Mining: Not Welcome on Yellowstone's Doorstep!
Join NPCA in standing up to protect our nation's first national park by asking the U.S. Department of Interior and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to protect Yellowstone from two adjacent gold mining proposals.
Protect Lake Clark and Bristol Bay from a Massive Mine!
Tell EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt that the clean water of Alaska's Bristol Bay must not be traded for the massive Pebble Mine. Urge him to STOP the mine and protect Bristol Bay and Lake Clark National Park and Preserve!
Support the Land and Water Conservation Fund!
Ask your members of Congress to co-sponsor legislation that fully funds and permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund, a program that has protected our parks from incompatible development for over 50 years.
Tell Interior Secretary Zinke to Enforce Methane Rules
The Interior Department recently finalized rules to control methane waste from oil and gas facilities on public lands, but now they've changed course, delaying implementation of the rules indefinitely. Tell Interior Secretary Zinke to enforce these rules!
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