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Keep the Rio Grande Alive
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Defend Greater Chaco
Senator, We Need to Protect Communities And Put The Brakes on Fracking
Designate Bears Ears National Monument under the Antiquities Act
Ask President Obama to protect the wild canyons and ancient Native American artifacts of Bears Ears as a National Monument.
End Trapping on Our Public Lands
Ask your elected officials to co-sponsor life-saving legislation
Rescind the Wolf Delisting Proposal: Follow the Science
Join us in standing for wolves by telling Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe to withdraw the flawed plan to remove wolves from the list of endangered species.
Please Protect the Greater Sage Grouse
Sage Grouse protection
Protect our Public Lands and our Climate From Fracking
Tell the Obama Administration to push back against industry demands and put our future first.
Put an End to Fossil Fuels Leasing
Tell the President: for our climate, it's time to keep our fossil fuels in the ground.
Speak Out! It's Time for the President to Get Serious About Moving Beyond Fossil Fuels
Keep it in the Ground
Stop Attacks on Rare Native Wildlife
Join us in defending the Endangered Species Act! Tell your Congressional representatives and President Obama that playing politics with extinction is unacceptable.
Stop the 'Bundy bill' land-grabs on our western public lands
Contact your Senators and Representatives
Support Rural Economic Vitalization Act (H.R. 3410)
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New Mexicans demand accountability for the Rio Grande
Don't sit back and watch the State Engineer skirt his obligation to all New Mexicans to protect the waters of the Rio Grande.
To Protect Our Climate We Need to Keep it in the Ground
Just hours ago, we filed a landmark lawsuit in federal court challenging oil and gas drilling and fracking across 375,000 acres of our public lands in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming.