40 Environmental Organizations and Wildlife Photographers Express Strong Support for Draft EA – Alternative B for the Tomales Point Area of Point Reyes National Seashore

  Tomales Point Area Plan  c/o Superintendent Point Reyes National Seashore  1 Bear Valley Road  Point Reyes Station, CA 94956   RE: Tomales Point Area Plan Environmental Assessment – Support for Alternative B    Dear Acting Superintendent Altman:   We, the undersigned 40 environmental organizations and wildlife photographers are writing to express our strong support

Coalition Provides Comments on the Draft Tomales Point Area Plan/Environmental Assessment

ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION – NO HARD COPY TO FOLLOW: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/projectHome.cfm?parkID=333&projectID=108690 June 4, 2024 Anne Altman Acting Superintendent 1 Bear Valley Road Point Reyes National Seashore Point Reyes Station, CA 94956 Subject: Comments on the Draft Tomales Point Area Plan/Environmental Assessment Dear Acting Superintendent Altman: I am writing on behalf of over 2,700 members of the Coalition

Coalition Submits Comment on E.A. for Revisiting Sport Hunting and Trapping on National Preserves in Alaska

  March 8, 2023 Sarah Creachbaum, Regional Director National Park Service, Alaska Regional Office 240 West 5th Avenue Anchorage, AK 99501 Subject:  Environmental Assessment for Revisiting Sport Hunting and Trapping on National Preserves in Alaska Dear Regional Director Creachbaum: I am writing to you on behalf of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks (Coalition).

Coalition Joins Comments on Spaceport Coastal Consistency

March 8, 2021 Mr. Doug Haymans Director Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Resources Division One Conservation Way Brunswick, GA 31520 RE: Proposed Coastal Consistency Determination For Spaceport Camden Dear Director Haymans: On behalf of the Coalition to Protect America’s Parks, Georgia Audubon, the National Parks Conservation Association, One Hundred Miles, the Satilla Riverkeeper, and Wild Cumberland,

Coalition Contacts NPS Regarding Transmission Line DEIS

  Subject:  Dominion Power Surry-Skiffes Creek-Whealton Transmission Line Project Dear Acting Director Benge: I am writing on behalf of over 1,800 members of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks (Coalition), whose membership is comprised of retired, former, or current National Park Service (NPS) employees. As a group we collectively represent over 40,000 years of

Coalition Contacts ACHP Regarding Transmission Line DEIS

  Subject:  Dominion Power Surry-Skiffes Creek-Whealton Transmission Line Project Dear Director Fowler: I am writing on behalf of over 1,800 members of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks (Coalition), whose membership is comprised of retired, former, or current National Park Service (NPS) employees. As a group we collectively represent over 40,000 years of experience

Coalition Contacts Virginia SHPO Regarding Transmission Line DEIS

Subject:  Dominion Power Surry-Skiffes Creek-Whealton Transmission Line Project Dear Director Langan: I am writing on behalf of over 1,800 members of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks (Coalition), whose membership is comprised of retired, former, or current National Park Service (NPS) employees. As a group we collectively represent over 40,000 years of experience managing

Coalition Submits Comments On Army Corps’ DEIS

  February 10, 2021 Norfolk District, Army Corps of Engineers (ATTN: CENAO-WRR) 803 Front Street Norfolk, Virginia 23510-1011 Subject:   CENAO-WRR NAO-2012-00080, Dominion Power Surry-Skiffes Creek-Whealton Transmission Line Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) Dear Mr. Steffey: I am writing on behalf of over 1,800 members of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks (Coalition). As a

Coalition Joins Comments On Oil and Gas Leasing Near Chaco Culture

September 25, 2020 BLM Farmington Field Office, Attn.: Sarah Scott, Project Manager, 6251 College Blvd, Suite A, Farmington, NM87402 Re: Comments on the Farmington Mancos-Gallup Draft RMP Amendment and EIS Dear Ms. Scott: Please accept the following comments on the Farmington Mancos-Gallup Draft Resource Management Plan Amendment (RMPA) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) from Archaeology

Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks Reacts to President’s Order on NEPA

  On June 4, 2020, the President released an executive order waiving the environmental review process for some infrastructure projects and using the pandemic as justification, writing, “as agencies respond to situations involving immediate threats to human health or safety, or immediate threats to valuable natural resources, they must consider whether there is sufficient time

Comments on ISRO Nonwilderness Cultural Resource Management Plan and Environmental Assessment

September 06, 2019 Phyllis Green, Superintendent Isle Royale National Park 800 East Lakeshore Drive Houghton, MI 49931 Subject:  Comments on ISRO Nonwilderness Cultural Resource Management Plan and Environmental Assessment Dear Superintendent Green: I am writing on behalf of over 1,700 members of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks (Coalition), a non-profit organization composed of

NPS EA for Proposed Alaska Hunting Rule Change is Deeply Flawed

A National Park Service environmental assessment (EA) fundamentally fails to take a hard look at the potential impacts of a proposed rule change that would open Alaska’s national preserves to a variety of controversial and unsportsmanlike hunting practices that target predator species. Click “Read More” to see the Coalition’s comments on the EA.