Our public land is under threat. You can help save it.

With your help, The Trust for Public Land has saved over 3.3 million acres of public land, and completed more than 5,400 park and community projects across the county. But with the uphill battle to preserve the Antiquities Act, and the Land and Water Conservation Fund at risk—public lands need your help now more than ever.

Executive Proclamation for Bears Ears and Grand Staircase
President Trump announced an executive action to eliminate half of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and more than 80% of Bears Ears National Monument. This is the largest attack on protected areas in U.S. history, putting tens of thousands of acres of Native American sacred sites and iconic landscapes at risk. Take action now to fight back.
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The Land and Water Conservation Fund
Whether you love parks, winding hiking trails, or iconic National Parks—the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) provides funding to keep public access available. But LWCF is set to expire in September—putting the future of our public lands at risk. Take action today to protect the LWCF!
Public Lands Rally
Protect Rio Grande del Norte National Monument
The fate of Rio Grande del Norte and seven other National Monuments is at risk. Urge Congress to protect Rio Grande del Norte National Monument!
Write a letter
Looking for more ways to make an impact? Learn how to write an effective letter to your representative about public lands issues that matter.
Donate
Our public lands need you now more than ever before. Your gift can help.