American Forests’ Action Center

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Urge your senators to support the SAFE Act and help our forests and wildlife adapt to climate change. Send a letter to your congressional representatives urging them to support the Wildfire Disaster Funding Act today! Urge your senators to stop companion bills to the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act, which limits environmental protections of our forests and national parks.

 

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U&CF - Action Center December 2013 Tell Congress to support urban forests in the final appropriations package for FY 2014.
community park Ask the House Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental Regulation to support the Community Parks Revitalization Act, which helps public parks.
Yellowstone - Action Center August 2013 Tell your senators to support S. 338, which authorizes LWCF as a permanent program and ensures that it is funded at the levels it needs.
President Obama gives Climate Change speech Let President Obama know forests need to be a priority in his Climate Action Plan since they help mitigate climate change and need our help to stay healthy.
George Washington Natl Forest - Action Center May 2013 Encourage Secretary Vilsack to continue the U.S. Forest Service’s current policy preventing drilling in George Washington National Forest.
Ask your representative to support the TREES Act, which would support targeted tree planting to reduce residential energy demand.
CFLR Tell Congress to support the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration program, which restores forests and reduces fire risk in U.S. communities.
Owl Action Center March 2013 Urge Director Ashe to develop a national habitat-protection plan.