Permanent protection for the Arctic Refuge? Have your say.

Dear Friend,

For decades, Big Oil has lusted after the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge — but so far, we've successfully defended this amazing wilderness and the wildlife that depends upon it.

Now, for the first time ever, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is considering a plan that could recommend wilderness protection for the Coastal Plain — the biological epicenter of the Refuge.

So we ask that you please join our good friends at the Alaska Wilderness League and submit a comment in support of permanent wilderness protection for the refuge. Please don't delay; your comment must be submitted by November 12.

Elijah Zarlin, Campaign Manager
CREDO Action



Dear Friend,

Right now, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is asking for your input on a plan for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge that, for the first time, could recommend Wilderness protection for the Arctic Refuge's Coastal Plain — the Refuge's biological epicenter that has been in Big Oil's sights for decades. This plan will guide how the Arctic Refuge will be managed for the next 15 years or more.

polar bear family A Wilderness recommendation could protect this unparalleled area and the abundant wildlife that depends on it — including polar bears, musk oxen, caribou, and millions of birds from around the globe. But to make sure the final version of the Fish and Wildlife Service's plan includes a Wilderness recommendation, we must demonstrate overwhelming support for protecting the Refuge's Coastal Plain. If we speak with a loud and united voice, we'll be sending a strong message that the Fish and Wildlife Service can't ignore.

Will you speak up for the Arctic Refuge? Please sign our letter to Secretary Salazar and the Fish and Wildlife Service.

There are some places in this country that define what it means to be American — the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern Alaska is one of those places. For the past 50 years our country has remained committed to protecting one of our last wild places. Some places are just too extraordinary to drill, and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of them.

This year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will make some big decisions about the future of the Arctic Refuge. If we all speak out, we can make sure that those decisions offer the critical Coastal Plain the strongest possible protections from Big Oil and harmful development.

Please sign our letter to Secretary Salazar and the Fish and Wildlife Service, and speak out for this national treasure.

Thanks for all you do,


Cindy Shogan
Executive Director
Alaska Wilderness League


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