Our national parks are set aside for all of us — but protecting and defending them, now and for the future, requires all of us to stand up and speak out on their behalf.
When a special place becomes a national park site, it should be protected forever.
The truth is that our national parks face constant threats — from inappropriate development to policy decisions that compromise park air, water and land and risk the well-being of the people and wildlife who depend on them. But for nearly a century, we’ve been there — working together with people just like you, ready to stand up, speak out, and protect the places that move us.
And we’ll be there again… and again… because the difference we’re making together is clear.