Resilient Federal Forest Act

#LawlessLogging bill passes the House

"The administration wants to see it put in place, so we've got the administration helping to push it through the Senate," said Rep. Westerman.

Tell Kurt Schrader to vote NO on the Resilient Federal Forest Act

The House of Representatives is poised to pass H.R. 2936, the "Resilient Federal Forest Act," which would shut the public out of decision-making. Rep. Kurt Schrader (OR District 5) is considering voting for this deceptively named bill and needs to hear from you today! Please contact the Representative at his Washington, D.C. offices, (202) 225-5711.


Below is some sample language you can refer to when you call:


Your voice matters - act today to protect Mt. Hood National Forest

Tell Rep. Schrader not to silence the public in National Forest Management, and to vote NO on HR 2936.

Stop the Return of Lawless Logging

As you read this, the entire fabric of laws and regulations governing logging and land management on federal lands is under attack from a bill moving through the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources and the Environment called the “Resilient Federal Forests Act of 2017.” With the doublespeak tendencies of this government, you know that can’t be good.