Monuments Under Attack

President Trump signed an Executive Order on April 26, 2016 ordering a review of National Monuments designated by the Antiquities Act after 1996 that are over 100,000 acres.  This included Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument as well as 26 additional monuments.

We joined our voices together in strong opposition and millions of comments were submitted in support of these monumental lands. 

Secretary Zinke's recommendations for CSNM were released in a leaked memo. We now await further action by the Trump administration. There are many things you can do to keep involved in the conversation. 

Support the Friends

We can do a lot to stand up for monuments with dedicated people who volunteer and support our cause

 

 

Write a Letter

Write a letter to the editor to your local newspaper or favorite news source. Tips and templates for drafting your own letter to the editor.

 

Facebook & Twitter

Write posts and upload photos about the Monument. Call out Secretary Zinke and President Trump, letting them know Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is a treasured landscape by many individuals and families. Use the following hashtags:

#MonumentsforAll

#KeepItPublic

#CascadeSiskiyou

Examples:

  • Protected public lands where we hunt, fish & camp are part of what makes America great. We stand with our #MonumentsForAll! @SecretaryZinke
  • An attack on #MonumentsForAll is an attack on all parks, public lands & oceans. Americans support protecting our heritage! @SecretaryZinke
  • Biodiversity at Cascade-Siskiyou is unparalleled! #OregonisMonumental #MonumentsForAll #CascasdeSiskiyou @SecretaryZinke @POTUS