Protect backcountry national forests
The Roadless Rule is a tool that protects many of our most valued backcountry recreation areas across the country. Roadless forests are also the source of clean air, clean water, and habitat. Right now, roadless forests are facing a significant threat. Both Alaska and Utah are considering how to change or roll back roadless protections on their National Forests. Recreation is a major part of the economy in the west, and unnecessary development on backcountry forests could have a huge impact.
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