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Take Action: Save the Harl Butte Wolf Pack

Wolves in Eastern Oregon’s Harl Butte pack could be wiped out. It’s up to us to save them. Imperiled Wolf Pack Just nine wolves, including three pups, make up the Harl Butte pack. The pack ranges across eastern Oregon’s woods and mountains, but four of them have already been tracked, hunted and killed by the state of Oregon in 2017. The state […]

Endangered Hawaiian monk seal. Photo credit: Megan Nagel/USFWS

Environmental Action Shares: Week of October 13, 2017

These Environmental Action shares — some of the most popular posts from our Facebook and Twitter channels — are a great way to engage with your friends and family on social networks to show your love for nature and share concrete ways to help safeguard clean air and water, wildlife, and wild places. Facebook Environmental Action Shares Twitter Environmental Action Shares No milkweed, […]

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Seismic Testing Could Kill 138,000 Marine Animals

The Interior Department is right now considering the use of seismic testing to find offshore drilling sites in the Atlantic ocean — a move that threatens ocean wildlife and could pave the way for more reckless fossil fuel extraction.1 Expanded seismic testing would be a disaster for marine wildlife. The government’s own estimates show that seismic airgun blasting in the Atlantic could […]

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Environmental Action Shares: Week of October 6, 2017

If you care about nature and the environment, these Environmental Action shares are a great way to promote appreciation for our natural treasures. And they are a fantastic way to mobilize your friends and family to join you in your efforts to realize a greener, cleaner country for all of us.   Environmental Action Shares for Facebook Environmental Action Shares for Twitter Signed our […]

Monarch butterflies have declined by 90 percent since the 1990s. Photo: USFWS

Take Action: No Milkweed, No Monarch Butterflies

The monarch butterfly is an iconic species that migrates through the heart of the United States each year. Unfortunately, the number of monarchs has decreased by 90 percent since their peak in the mid-90s.1   Monarch Butterflies at Risk The monarch butterfly’s decline in America isn’t a natural phenomenon. In fact, The Washington Post called it “nothing short of a massacre.”2 Pollution-driven climate […]

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Environmental Action at Work: Clean Water, Offshore Drilling and Green Business Practices

Welcome to the Fall 2017 edition of Environmental Action at Work. In this issue… Our Children Deserve Clean Water Together, We Can Protect Our Coasts Calling For Environmentally Friendly Business   Our Children Deserve Clean Water Clean water isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. We should be doing all we can to keep pollution out of our waterways—so all of our water is […]

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Environmental Action Shares: Week of Sept. 29, 2017

Want to help raise awareness about the environment and mobilize your friends to protect it? These Environmental Action shares are a great way to do it. Check out some of the stories other nature lovers have been reading this week, and then pass them along on Facebook and Twitter.   Environmental Action Shares for Facebook Environmental Action Shares for Twitter #CascadeSiskiyou #NationalMonument […]

National Public Lands Day is a great chance to get outside and enjoy nature!

National Public Lands Day is this Saturday!

The Importance of Public Lands Every American — whether rancher, hunter, hiker, mountain biker, or city dweller — has something in common — namely, our spectacular American lands. In fact, more than a quarter of US lands are are owned by taxpayers, a gift and sacred trust to every American, present and future.1 Unfortunately, the new administration is targeting our public lands, […]

Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument: The Incredible Shrinking Monument?

There is no place like Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Here you can smell manzanitas and other wildflowers in the spring air. Bobcats still roam these woods. The calls of more than 200 species of birds fill the skies above Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Unique fish like the rare Jenny Creek redband trout and the Jenny Creek sucker live in its waters.1,2 You’ll find some […]

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Environmental Action Shares: Week of September 22, 2015

With so much happening in the world, news about the environment doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. These environmental action shares can help break through the noise to encourage more people to protect the clean air and water, wildlife, and wild places that make America so special.   Facebook Environmental Action Shares Twitter Environmental Action Shares .@USAToday: Trump’s Interior secretary wants to end logging, […]

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