are so many reasons to love our national monuments. They preserve our heritage,
our history, and the health of our landscapes and ecosystems. President Trump
and Interior Secretary Zinke’s attempt to remove or reduce National Monument
designation on 21 of our most stunning national monuments puts everything we
love at risk.
It’s time to speak up and spread a message of Monumental Love. Here are five
ways to get started—do one or all five.
1. If you haven't done so already, sign
our Monumental Support petition that we will present to Zinke. We’re aiming for
21,000 voices—1,000 for each of the monuments at stake.
Share our daily Monumental Love Facebook
posts. Like our page to get daily shareable images.
our Monumental Love tweets
to raise awareness. Follow us at @wildearthguard.
Zinke hear your thoughts on Twitter. Try this suggested tweet: OK,
@SecretaryZinke, it's time you listen to what 9 out of 10 Americans are saying
and leave our monuments alone! Your job: #KeepItPublic
submit a comment to Zinke here though the U.S. government’s
comment portal by July 10th.
national monuments celebrate what’s great about our public lands and what’s
great about our country. Thank you for your help in showing this Administration
that our monumental love for these places is more important than the monumental
greed of oil and gas industry billionaires.
For the wild,
Wild Places Program Director
photo: Carrizo Plain—Bob Wick, BLM