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Goal: 25,000 Progress: 7,272
Sponsored by: National Parks Conservation Association

The Crater Lake region includes thousands of acres of wildlife-rich old-growth forests, towering peaks and the headwaters of the Rogue and Umpqua Rivers. Despite these extraordinary features, the park and its adjacent lands have never been fully protected, and remain threatened by logging, mining and development.

Crater Lake National Park and neighboring national forest lands deserve permanent congressional wilderness designation, safeguarding them from these threats.

Sign our petition today to encourage Oregon's elected officials to protect Crater Lake's integrity by keeping it wild — forever!

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Crater Lake has been valued and celebrated by humans for thousands of years, and is one of America's first national parks. Yet today, Crater Lake National Park is one of the West Coast's only national parks lacking formal wilderness designation, the ultimate protection for wildlands in the United States.

As someone who values our national parks, I call on you to introduce legislation to protect the wilderness at Crater Lake National Park and its neighboring roadless areas. Wilderness protection for the Crater Lake region will preserve one of the largest scenic, recreational and wildlife-rich areas still existing in Oregon. It's time to give this iconic park the protection it deserves.

Thank you for considering my comments.


Petition Signatures

Feb 21, 2018 Leah Chastain
Feb 20, 2018 renay lawrence
Feb 20, 2018 Brandy Wardlow
Feb 20, 2018 Sylvie Rochat
Feb 20, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 20, 2018 Judith GC
Feb 20, 2018 Debbie Bochert
Feb 20, 2018 Calle Ries
Feb 20, 2018 Jessica Reyes
Feb 20, 2018 Jill Casey
Feb 20, 2018 Corrina Parker
Feb 19, 2018 Megan Coffey
Feb 19, 2018 Valarie Haramis
Feb 19, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 19, 2018 Mandie Masley
Feb 19, 2018 Dena Schwimmer
Feb 19, 2018 Lynda Cruickshank
Feb 19, 2018 Diana Gauton
Feb 19, 2018 Carolina Chittofrati
Feb 19, 2018 Joan Chovit Our national parks must remain free from development because once the land is destroyed it will take decades to bring back.
Feb 19, 2018 Samuel Sautaux
Feb 19, 2018 Stacey Wolfe
Feb 19, 2018 Randi Mayrent
Feb 19, 2018 Susan Pappalardo
Feb 19, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 19, 2018 PANIER Stephanie
Feb 19, 2018 Daniela Rossi
Feb 19, 2018 Jane Heltebrake Pristine lands, waters, etc., should remain that way!!
Feb 18, 2018 Marge Ferrance
Feb 18, 2018 Stacy Harris
Feb 18, 2018 Maureen Cunningham
Feb 18, 2018 I. meszaros
Feb 18, 2018 Robert Martin
Feb 18, 2018 Janet Wunder
Feb 18, 2018 Stacey McRae
Feb 18, 2018 nerea herrero
Feb 18, 2018 Richard Brigg
Feb 18, 2018 Elaina Delvino
Feb 18, 2018 Serina King
Feb 18, 2018 Anne-Marie Monarovic
Feb 18, 2018 Patti Mickelsen Logging,mining and development have NO place on our public lands. They are for ALL to enjoy, not for greedy corporations to exploit and destroy! This MUST STOP!!!
Feb 18, 2018 Anna Brewer
Feb 18, 2018 Ann Razumovskaya
Feb 18, 2018 Yael Saydon
Feb 18, 2018 John Hansen
Feb 17, 2018 Melisa Yusufova
Feb 17, 2018 Jelica Roland
Feb 17, 2018 Terri Blahut
Feb 17, 2018 Bonnie Clyne

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