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Sponsored by: The Rainforest Site

National Parks in America are in grave danger— funding for these precious lands is steadily decreasing year after year. And just when it seemed as though matters couldn't possibly worsen for our America's parks, President Obama proposed cutting the budgets even further.

Our pristine lands and priceless wildlife cannot afford to lose any more support. Though they may fall under the category of "wild nature," national parks must still be looked after with great care. Sign the petition asking President Obama to reconsider his decision and allocate more funding for America's precious national parks.

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Dear President Obama,

As a concerned wildlife and environmental advocate, I am writing to express my disappointment with your decision to remove funding for America's national parks. The plant and animal life that inhabit them is too priceless to let fall by the wayside— and I'm concerned that's what could happen if we continue to neglect our responsibility to keep them healthy and vibrant.

Investing in America's parks also means investing in our future. If we choose to care for them the way they should be, not only will we see an improvement in our physical environment but also improvements to surrounding communities' ways of life. National parks provide for revenue to gateway communities that lie within their vicinity.

Please work with your colleagues and environmental activists to ensure our national parks receive the care and attention they need for survival. Your dedication to this cause could mean the advancement of nature, wildlife, and progress within struggling communities.

Thank you for your time.

Petition Signatures

Jul 25, 2017 cathy conner
Jul 22, 2017 Leigha Henson
Jul 22, 2017 Mark Turner
Jul 22, 2017 carol gagnon
Jul 21, 2017 JANICK SANSON
Jul 21, 2017 Lisa Perlinski
Jul 21, 2017 Lisa Hearn
Jul 20, 2017 Alanna Reuben
Jul 20, 2017 Karen Moore
Jul 20, 2017 William Tarbox
Jul 20, 2017 Pamela Puskarich
Jul 19, 2017 Elizabeth Frost
Jul 18, 2017 Carol Ludovise
Jul 17, 2017 dawn hinkle
Jul 16, 2017 Margaret Moore How could that rock break a persons leg?
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Jul 16, 2017 Kimberly Kenneally They broke my heart.. so do I get to destroy and break them? Then only get fined 435$
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed) Stop destroying.....they need to be protected
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed) Please stop the senseless destruction of our National Landmarks, National Parks, and ancient artifacts. The fines and penalties need to be more severe.
Jul 16, 2017 Cheryl Feinberg A paltry fine isn't enough! The government has to make it hurt! These entitled creeps need to be punished.
Jul 16, 2017 Janette Dangelo
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed) They need to be punished. Guess they don't have enough to do so they destroy like the Democrats do.
Jul 16, 2017 Reese Corson This is what's wrong with America today.
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed) Please save our national parks
Jul 16, 2017 Ellen Suthard
Jul 16, 2017 Dylan Dale Vandals should face much higher penalties than they currently do. These places are supposed to be treasured by generations
Jul 16, 2017 margaret frest
Jul 16, 2017 Nancy Owens We must save our national landmarks. Vandals should be ppunished to the highest extent of the law.
Jul 16, 2017 James Curley
Jul 16, 2017 Debra Dvorscak
Jul 16, 2017 Aretta Saunders
Jul 16, 2017 Lorie Patton
Jul 16, 2017 JIM MILLSAP Its due to these laughable fines and the destrution of property, regardless of Personal, Private, Public or Governmental that has allowed this senseless behavior to continue. Just proves once again how those in Authority dont care.
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed) This is so disrespectful. They should face much more than a $435 fine
Jul 16, 2017 Dale C Jackson Sr
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed) Unbelievable! People have zero respect for nature anymore. This is just appalling. Please make penalties much stiffer!
Jul 16, 2017 Deborah Wolfe
Jul 16, 2017 (Name not displayed) Stiffer penalties and community service. They could do that community service by cleaning up the trash that others of their mindset leave behind.
Jul 16, 2017 Katherine Larson What happened in Oregon is appalling. The fine is not enough. Jail time for vandalism should be required.
Jul 15, 2017 (Name not displayed) They should be fine $435 per year that it took to make the formation.
Jul 15, 2017 Bonnie Springer
Jul 15, 2017 Anne Dunigan
Jul 14, 2017 Diane Nowka Prosecute these people to the fullest extent of the law! Fine the heck out of these horrible people! Lock the up and throw away the key, forever!
Jul 14, 2017 BobbieJo Serio Raise fines!! It's deplorable that people think that it is ok to deface national parks. And if it is in your back yard, stand up and dont let it happen!
Jul 14, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Jul 14, 2017 Catherine Brown
Jul 14, 2017 JAMES STEVENS Need severe penalties for this kind of action
Jul 14, 2017 Scott Jobes

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