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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
Tell President Obama to Establish Chicago's First National Park
A national park in Chicago's historic Pullman neighborhood could soon be a reality. Ask President Obama to help preserve and share more of America's stories by establishing a national park at Pullman!
Say Thanks and Tell the EPA to Finalize "Exceptional Protections" for Alaska Salmon!
This summer, the EPA announced that "Bristol Bay's exceptional fisheries deserve exceptional protections." Tell the EPA to protect Bristol Bay's clean water and wild salmon.
Help Get the Climate Plan to the Finish Line!
President Obama's Clean Power Plan can work in harmony with national park clean air laws to ensure that parks and communities are restored to clean, clear air as soon as possible. Tell EPA to finalize the plan and make it stronger for parks and people.
Support the Clean Water Protection Rule
Send a simple message to Congress and the Obama Administration that you support the Clean Water Protection Rule.
Demand It Now: Clean Air in Grand Canyon!
After years of delay, EPA must choose between competing plans to deal with pollution from Navajo Generating Station near Grand Canyon. Urge EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to lead her agency in cleaning up the dirty plant by 2020!
Tell Congress to Restore Park Funding
Send a message asking your senators and representative to support the president's new budget proposal.
Keep Buffalo National River Pristine: Ask Cargill to Move C&H Pigs!
Ask Cargill to help C& H move from the watershed of the Buffalo National River.
Take Action: Fracking Threatens Health of National Parks
If the administration does not establish rules that effectively regulate environmental impacts of fracking, more than 100 of our most treasured national parks may be harmed. Tell the president that fracking must be done in a way that protects our parks.
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