Wild Utah Action Center
Welcome to SUWA's Action Center! Our supporters and wilderness advocates play an absolutely essential role in the protection of Utah's spectacular wild places, and here you will find all the tools and tips you need to get involved.
 

Spotlight Issues

Tell Interior Sec. Salazar You Support the Petition to Protect Greater Canyonlands!

Hatch PointTo protect the scenic landscapes of the Greater Canyonlands area, the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance has made a formal request to the Secretary of the Interior requesting that he bar ORV use on 1,050 miles of route in sensitive habitat, in streams, wetlands, riparian areas, archaeological sites and other vulnerable areas until it can conduct further studies on the impacts of the activity and determine whether it is, in fact, a sustainable use.  

Take Action: Please send an email to Secretary Salazar in support of the Greater Canyonlands Petition.

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Ask Your Members of Congress to Cosponsor America's Red Rock Wilderness Act.

Labyrinth CanyonAmerica's Red Rock Wilderness Act seeks to serve the public interest by permanently protecting more than 9 million acres of wilderness-quality land in Utah.  Many of these lands lie adjacent to some of our nation's most beloved national parks and monuments, but enjoy little or no protection. You can help us build support for their protection by asking your members of Congress to support this visionary legislation.

Take Action: Please contact your members of Congress today and ask them to cosponsor America's Red Rock Wilderness Act.


  

More About Our Issues
To find out more about our work, click on the links below to explore our ongoing campaigns and find out what you can do to help protect Utah's remaining wild places!

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"Wilderness needs no defense, only more defenders." - Edward Abbey

 


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