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Dear Friend of the National Parks,

National parks are thought to be among the quietest places on earth. But their peace and solitude are threatened by unnecessary noise, especially at Grand Canyon National Park. We need your help to protect the Grand Canyon's natural quiet today!

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has filed an amendment to the Senate Transportation Bill (S.1813) that would short-circuit the public process on a plan to restore natural quiet to Grand Canyon National Park. The amendment would allow for additional noise from low-flying, commercial air tours. In recent years, with your help, NPCA and our allies have been able to force the withdrawal of similar amendments. We need your help now to ensure that this dreadful amendment is defeated.

Take Action: Email your senators TODAY and tell them to oppose Senator McCain’s Grand Canyon amendment to the Senate Transportation Bill.

Thanks for standing with us once again to protect natural quiet at the Grand Canyon. As always, we truly appreciate all that you do to protect our national parks for future generations to enjoy!


David Nimkin

David Nimkin
Director, Southwest Region

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