Tell your U.S. senators: Permanently protect the Tongass National Forest

The largest forest in the United States is at risk of logging and development.

Covering much of southeast Alaska, the Tongass National Forest covers millions of acres of old-growth trees, glaciers and deep fjords. However, without permanent federal protections, this wild place remains vulnerable to construction and deforestation.

Take action to protect the Tongass by sending a message urging your U.S. senators to support the Roadless Area Conservation Act. If passed, this bill will permanently protect the Tongass from construction and development.

Subject: Support the Roadless Area Conservation Act