Defend Recreation in National Forests

Forest Hiking

Every year hundreds of thousands of visitors come to National Forests to enjoy many different forms of recreation, relax and de-stress.

Recreation on National Forests also contributes $13.6 billion annually to the U.S. economy and supports 205,000 jobs. That’s much more than any other uses of federal forests.

Unfortunately, right now, some members of Congress are seeking to place timber above the many other important values of federal forests. A bill inaptly named as the “National Forest Jobs and Management Act” (S.1966), would mandate minimum timber harvest levels, circumvent the public participation process, and bypass environmental review.

Take action now for our national forests—please tell your senators to oppose the inaptly named National Forest Jobs and Management Act!

 

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