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Dear Friend of the National Parks,

Despite two straight years of funding cuts to our national parks, the president’s recently proposed budget would cut hundreds of rangers from national parks next year. As Congress begins to consider that proposal, we need your help to ask Congress to do better and keep rangers in our national parks.

National park rangers provide so much to our national park experience. They interpret park features so that visitors understand what makes parks so special. They provide for visitor safety. And they protect the natural, cultural, and historic wonders in our parks. We can't afford to lose any more rangers! 

Take Action: Send a letter to your members of Congress urging them to contact their respective appropriations committees and ask that they prevent additional cuts to the national park budget next year.

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives must hear from you by March 20; we need you to take action immediately! They will be more likely to support this effort to protect our national parks if they hear from you.

Thank you for speaking up for our rangers. Your action today will ensure that park visitors have a positive experience and that our parks' treasures are adequately protected.


John Garder

John Garder
Budget & Appropriations Legislative Representative

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