Preserve the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for future generations

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Northern Alaska is one of America’s wildest places. It is home to an amazing array of wildlife, including polar bears and the Porcupine Caribou Herd. The refuge is also important for the indigenous Gwich'in people who have hunted there for thousands of years.

Despite the refuge’s irreplaceable wild character, the Interior Department is recklessly fast-tracking an oil and gas lease sale for refuge's coastal plain.

Oil development would permanently ruin the refuge, covering it with pipelines and roads.

Tell Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to preserve the Arctic Refuge. Urge him to stop the lease sales now.

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