Protect the Tongass National Forest

Keep the Roadless Rule in place on the Tongass National Forest!

What is the Roadless Rule? 

The Roadless Rule has protected National Forests across the United States since 2001. It prevents new road construction, maintaining some of the last old growth forests in the world. Parts of the Tongass National Forest are currently protected under the Roadless Rule.

The State of Alaska is trying to return to the days of clear cut logging by making the Tongass exempt from the Roadless Rule. 

We are currently waiting for the Forest Service to open up a comment period. Sign up for our action alert newsletter so that you can voice your concerns about the keeping the Roadless Rule on the Tongass once the comment period opens. 

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Other ways to take action today are donating and becoming a member.

We are currently waiting for the Forest Service to open up a comment period. Sign up for our action alert newsletter so that you can voice your concerns about the keeping the Roadless Rule on the Tongass once the comment period opens. 

SIGN UP FOR ACTION ALERTS

Other ways to take action today are donating and becoming a member.

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