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Protect Boulder-White Clouds

Boulder-White Clouds in central Idaho is filled with 150 alpine peaks that rise over 10,000 feet in the air. It is the crown jewel of Idaho wilderness and is treasured by backpackers, fishermen, and outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world. 

In fact, this region looks nearly how it did when Native Americans were the only ones that called this special place home. The headwaters of four major rivers are found here and threatened species like the wolverine, bull trout, Chinook salmon and plants found nowhere else on earth call it home!

But as population grows, and industry looks to expand, the fate of this pristine region is uncertain. Boulder-White Clouds is the largest unprotected roadless forest landscape left in the lower 48 states. But with your help we can change that and protect Boulder White-Clouds for future generations to enjoy.

Tell President Obama and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to designate Boulder-White Clouds as our nation's next national monument.

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