Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of our nation's last great wild landscapes, and the home of polar bears,
wolves and caribou, but the oil industry regularly fights for
permission to drill there.
Both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives have pending
legislation to designate this amazing place as wilderness and finally
protect it once and for all from development threats—but they
won't act unless you demand it.
The Arctic Refuge is too special to drill. This area is a birthing ground
for caribou as well as a home to polar bears and hundreds of thousands of
migratory birds. That's why
I'm proud to be part of The Wilderness Society's work to save this incredible
landscape in my home state.
The legislation that could save it is waiting for Congress to act. Please help—tell Congress it's time
to stand up for wilderness and protect the Arctic Refuge. Don't you want these bills to pass so that
future generations inherit healthy lands and a thriving ecosystem? I do.
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