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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
Protect Alaska's Bristol Bay!
Allowing an industrial mining district to be developed in the headwaters of Alaska's Bristol Bay would threaten Lake Clark National Park and one of the best wild salmon fisheries in the world. Tell the EPA to protect the park and Bristol Bay!
Take Action: Fracking Boom 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.
Support the Centennial: A Chance to Reinvigorate Our National Parks!
Tell your members of Congress to sign on to a letter to President Obama in support of the upcoming national park centennial. With their support, we can celebrate 100 years of national parks and prepare the system for another century of service.
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.
New Industrial Smokestack To Tower Over Monocacy National Battlefield?
The state of Maryland may soon grant permits for a new trash-burning incinerator to be constructed feet away from Monocacy National Battlefield. Tell the state's Dept. of the Environment the region's health--and its history--are too valuable to undermine.
National Parks Closed?
If Congress and the President can't get our fiscal house in order, funding for national parks could be cut even further. Let our leaders know that our national parks deserve better.
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Please join the National Parks Conservation Association and send a message to the President and Congress that our national parks matter.