This year has already been full of challenges for the conservation and the environment.
And as Congress begins to write the federal budget for next year, the White House has proposed severe funding cuts...to science, to land and water conservation, to climate change action, and more.
Help us call on Congress to ensure strong funding for conservation and environmental protection so vital programs don't end up on the chopping block.
Stand with us now and tell Congress to protect funding for conservation.
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It's simple: we can't protect our nation's air, water and natural places unless we protect conservation funding.
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Congress is close to taking a critical step to reduce U.S. energy use -- an essential strategy in the fight against climate change. But unless they hear from you now, this vital legislation will go unpassed, increasing threats to nature and communities.
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Protect Conservation Funding
Congress must act to preserve funding for essential conservation and environmental protection efforts to strengthen our economy, create jobs, protect clean air and water, and preserve the unique natural legacy that is essential to our nation's future. Undermining conservation doesn't just hurt wildlife and our natural treasures, it harms local communities, our health and our national economy. Natural resources and outdoor recreation are a fundamental foundation of the American economy. They create billions of dollars in annual revenue, and millions of jobs. Federal funding is essential to meeting our responsibilities as stewards of this planet and our country's valuable natural wonders. I urge you to commit to this stewardship by protecting federal funding for conservation and science efforts.