Call on the Biden Administration to Save America’s Largest Wild Forest

Before leaving office, former President Trump stripped protections from millions of acres of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest in a blatant giveaway to logging companies and other industrial developers.

This is not only an egregious attack on our shared public lands and Alaska’s Indigenous communities who have called this land home for generations, it is also an attack on our climate.

We rely on the Tongass’ irreplaceable old growth trees to absorb climate-busting greenhouse gases. In fact, the Tongass’s old growth trees store more carbon per acre than almost any other forest on the planet, making it an absolutely critical tool in the fight against climate change.

Send your letter now asking the Biden administration to act swiftly to restore protections for Alaska’s Tongass National Forest and save it from industrial exploitation.

Before leaving office, former President Trump stripped protections from millions of acres of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest in a blatant giveaway to logging companies and other industries.

Ask the Biden administration to act swiftly to restore protections for Alaska’s Tongass National Forest and save it from industrial exploitation.

Your message will be sent to:

Robert Bonnie, Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy and Senior Climate Advisor, United States Department of Agriculture

Subject line:

Restore protections for Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

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