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Oppose Harmful Provisions in the House Farm Bill

This photo shows the view of Kaibab National Forest from Sycamore Point. The forest and canyon sprawl out below the lookout point in a valley, with green trees dotting the sides of the canyon and a river running along the bottom.
Photo: U.S. Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Kaibab National Forest

The Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 (H.R. 2, better known as the Farm Bill) attacks both bedrock environmental laws and America’s national forests. The House Farm Bill would undermine the National Environmental Policy Act, Roadless Area Conservation Rule, and the Endangered Species Act.

The House Farm Bill incentivizes logging over clean water, recreation, and wildlife. These provisions will compromise the corridors and Wildways that are the hallmarks of Wildlands Networks on-the-ground efforts.

Therefore, it’s critical that you contact your Representatives today and ask them to OPPOSE the House Farm Bill federal forestry provisions.