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Write Your Elected Officials Opposing President Trump’s Decision to Decimate Our National Monuments

President Trump has ordered the reduction and fracturing of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments, repealing protections for more than two million acres of public lands. This action ignores millions of Americans and hundreds of businesses who have communicated to his administration that this decision hurts local communities, harms local jobs, threatens Utah’s $12.3 billion outdoor recreation economy, and undermines our American heritage.

Please fill out the form below to write your elected representatives in Congress to let them know you oppose this decision and ask them to support America’s public lands and the $887 billion outdoor recreation economy.

Call Your Elected Officials to Stop the Attack on Public Lands

President Trump has ordered the reduction and fracturing of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments, repealing protections for more than two million acres of public lands. This action ignores millions of Americans and hundreds of businesses who have communicated to his administration that this decision hurts local communities, harms local jobs, threatens Utah’s $12.3 billion outdoor recreation economy, and undermines our American heritage.

Please fill out the form below to call your members of Congress to let them know you oppose this decision and ask them to support America’s public lands.

You can also help by tweeting President Trump and your members of congress or joining other leaders in the outdoor industry at the 2018 OIA Capitol Summit to let your elected officials know, in person, the important role of our public lands to the $887 billion outdoor recreation industry.

Tweet President Trump to Stop Attacking America’s Public Lands

President Trump has ordered the reduction and fracturing of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments, repealing protections for more than two million acres of public lands. This action ignores millions of Americans and hundreds of businesses who have communicated to his administration that this decision hurts local communities, harms local jobs, threatens Utah’s $12.3 billion outdoor recreation economy, and undermines our American heritage.

You can also help by calling your members of congress or joining other leaders in the outdoor industry at the 2018 OIA Capitol Summit to let your elected officials know, in person, the important role of our public lands to the $887 billion outdoor recreation industry.

Pristine Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Under Threat- Act Now!

On Wednesday, November 29, the House of Representatives will vote on H.R. 3905, Minnesota Economic Rights in the Superior National Forest Act. This bill not only allows the sulfide-ore mining to take place, it cancels out the ongoing review of mining’s impacts to one of America’s most visited wilderness areas, the Boundary Waters.

The bill also undermines the Antiquities Act, stifling presidential authority to protect Minnesota’s land and water, and threatening the very foundation of this law and the places it protects.

Please fill out the for below to email your Representative today and tell them to vote NO on H.R. 3905.

Comment Today on the Proposed National Park Service Fee Increase

The Department of Interior recently announced that the National Parks Service is considering increasing entrance fees to 17 of America’s favorite national parks.

We invite you to comment to the National Park Service and ask that the administration strongly consider the comments they receive.

Congress and the administration should prioritize funding for outdoor recreation infrastructure like our national parks, and other public lands. OIA will continue to fight for funding in support of the $887 billion recreation economy. The unmet infrastructure needs and $12 billion maintenance backlog in our national parks must be considered, but proposals to double or triple NPS entrance fees are unreasonable and will price many Americans out of their parks and limit their access to America’s great outdoors. While some fee increase may be appropriate to support funding for our parks, Interior’s proposal would generate about $70 million as they propose to cut the NPS budget by nearly $380 million.

Follow this link to submit your comments on the proposed fee increase.

Help Protect the Antiquities Act, Oppose H.R. 3990

Congressman Rob Bishop, chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, has introduced the “National Monument Creation and Protection Act.” The legislation is an attack on the Antiquities Act and undermines the protection and enjoyment of our nation’s public lands and waters.

The legislation was hastily introduced yesterday and immediately scheduled for a vote on October 11th, in Bishop’s committee. This kind of “fast-tracking” is unusual and concerning.

Please call your member of the House of Representatives and use these talking points asking them to oppose H.R. 3990, the “National Monument Creation and Protection Act.” You can also learn more about OIA’s position on the bill here.

– Please oppose H.R. 3990, the “National Monument Creation and Protection Act”
– We must protect the Antiquities Act and our right to protect and enjoy our nation’s public lands. This bill threatens America’s lands, waters, culturally and historically significant places, and wildlife habitats
– This bill is a direct threat to our public lands and the Antiquities Act, we ask you vote no on this legislation

Ask Congress to Act on Wildfire NOW!

The 2017 wildfire season was the most expensive on record, with more than $2 billion in suppression costs. As fires become more intense, last longer, and are closer to where people live, they are driving an unsustainable increase in firefighting costs. These costs regularly exceed what Congress has set aside for fighting fires, resulting in borrowing from other public lands and recreation accounts, ultimately chipping away at funds that keep our land and water healthy and accessible.

The good news is that there is a bipartisan and bicameral solution in Congress. The Wildfire Disaster Funding Act (WDFA) (H.R. 2862; S. 1842) is a comprehensive, bipartisan and bicameral solution in Congress that will stop fire borrowing and is supported by over 200 organizations.

Please fill out the form below to send a letter asking your representatives in Congress to support the passage of WDFA today.

Please Support the Recreation Not Red-Tape Act

The bipartisan and bicameral Recreation Not- Red Tape (RNR) Act was introduced in late July with the full support of the broad and diverse outdoor recreation community. As outdoor recreation grows in popularity and in economic impact, land management agencies need updated tools to protect and improve access to America’s public lands and waters. The RNR Act offers sensible, non-controversial proposals for identifying and appropriately managing important places for sustainable outdoor recreation across the country. If passed, this bipartisan and bicameral bill will update processes and policies on our national public lands to improve the outdoor recreation experience, which is good for the $887 recreation economy, its 7.6 million jobs and all outdoor businesses.

Please fill out the form below and then edit the letter to write your Senator and/or representative asking them to co-sponsor the RNR Act.