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Protect our national parks and forests from fracking

The natural gas industry has its eye on our national forests, wild places, and areas around  our national parks. From Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota to George Washington National Forest in Virginia to Desolation Canyon in Utah, the fracking industry wants a free pass to drill as much as they want without taking responsibility for the consequences.

Fracking is dirty and dangerous, and the rules proposed by the Bureau of Land Management to regulate it are woefully inadequate. We cannot allow gas companies to continue expanding fracking operations on federal lands and put our wild places at risk.

Send a letter to the Department of Interior Secretary Jewell and President Obama today telling them we must protect public lands from fracking.

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