Native American Religious Rights

/Native American Religious Rights

Don’t Let Congress Gut The Endangered Species Act 

 Don't Let Congress Gut The Endangered Species Act CALL FOR ACTION in the U.S please take action now! Anti-environment members of Congress have already introduced legislative attacks that would undermine the Endangered Species Act, threatening the survival of sage grouse, grizzly bears, gray wolves, polar bears, beluga whales and countless other imperiled wildlife and ecosystems. And it sets a dangerous precedent of letting politics, not science, determine the fate of our planet's most vulnerable creatures. We can't let this fundamental environmental law be decimated by lawmakers and their big polluter allies. Tell your senators and representative to stand up for the Endangered [...]

Object to and oppose extending cattle grazing in the Upper Green, (36-CFR 218.7) Project 3049

Object to and oppose extending cattle grazing in the Upper Green Your Page clearly stated all Objections emailed by the 8th of January 2018.   ATTENTION: Dave Booth Pinedale Ranger District 29 East Fremont Lake Rd. P.O. Box 220, Pinedale, WY, 82941 [email protected] David Booth and Objection Reviewing Officer: Dear Sirs, This is a formal request to add me to list of concerned Citizens who are to be contacted with regard to the scoping of such projects as the Upper Green Grazing Project. Please put me on your list of citizens to inform of any and all other NEPA projects [...]

In the 1980s and 1990s  the state of Montana conducted its elk reduction near Gardiner, Montana

The number of wapiti on Yellowstone's northern range today is closer to 6,000 which move seamless in and out of the park, and there are actually far fewer wolves in the park now than a decade ago. a Decade ago Ranchers were complaining there were too many Elk so Montana Slaughtered them All not Wolves. In the coming months, Yellowstone National Park, as part of the Interagency Bison Management Plan adopted with the state of Montana in 2000, intends to reduce the current size of the park's bison herd from around 4,800 to between 3,900 and 4,200. Last winter 1,200 bison were removed—the largest [...]

Coexisting with coyotes (and wolves and bears and …) in Illinois 

Humans, have taken for granted their right to exterminate any creatures that pose a danger, It is now more imperative than ever that we come together to establish a "Sacred Resource Protection Zone" Surrounding our National Parks. Join The Howl today, With all of our followers pitching in with even just $5.00 per month, We can put one state into court Every Single Month Our Sacred Yellowstone and Teton Wolves are being ruthlessly slaughtered in Wyoming, which is only the first species. If We allow the greedy Politicians to have their way, Our Sacred Grizzly Brother will be next Fine, [...]