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Protect our wild and scenic rivers from Big Oil!

Tar sands mining is destroying the pristine boreal forest in Canada, but America's forests are being threatened by this exceptionally dirty source of oil as well.

For years, Big Oil has been working to spoil a scenic stretch of Highway 12 that twists through forests alongside the Clearwater and Lochsa Rivers in Idaho. Their goal: Turn this wild and scenic river corridor into an industrialized "megaload" transport route to Alberta's tar sands.

Use the form below to tell the U.S. Department of Agriculture to protect the wild and scenic Lochsa-Clearwater from industrialization by oil companies!

  1. Complete the form below with your information.
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  3. Click the Send Your Message button to send your message to:
    • Undersecretary of Agriculture Robert Bonnie and USDA Deputy Undersecretary Butch Blazer
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Clearwater-Lochsa River Corridor

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