Stop Drilling Next to Dinosaur National Monument

Tell the BLM: No destructive, polluting fracking near this national treasure.
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The Bureau of Land Management is moving forward with climate-destroying fracking on the doorsteps of Dinosaur National Monument. This is contradictory to the Biden administration’s government-wide approach to tackling the climate crisis. The BLM’s proposal would worsen the crisis by allowing new fossil fuel development just a stone's throw from this fascinating place. 

Take action to stop this destruction.

Drilling would industrialize wilderness-quality land and pollute the air. It would destroy habitat for imperiled greater sage grouse, pushing these amazing birds closer to extinction.

Tell the BLM to halt this dirty and damaging plan — for the sake of our climate, public lands and the wildlife that depend on them.

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