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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
Let's Not Delay Grand Canyon Cleanup
Help protect air quality at Grand Canyon. Tell the EPA that its proposed pollution control for reducing nitrogen oxides from the Navajo Generating Station is the right choice, but that it must be installed in five years.
Protect Fort Monroe National Monument's Historic Character
Ask Governor McDonnell to preserve Fort Monroe's historic character and integrity by approving a master plan that preserves open space and keeps the green connection between the old stone fort and the national monument's beaches.
Don't Fence Out History at Tule Lake!
The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing to build an eight-foot high, three-mile long fence around an airport next to the WWII-era Tule Lake Segregation Center which will cut off public access to the site. Tell FAA to not fence out history!
Tell the Delaware River Basin Commission to Protect our Parks and Water!
Send a message to the Army Corps of Engineers, the federal representative on the DRBC, asking them to develop fracking regulations that safeguard the national parks along the Delaware River.
Restore Funding to National Parks
Urge your congressional representatives to restore funding for national parks.
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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