California’s coastal areas continue to have development that threatens to leave a diminished legacy for our children.
To protect our last wilderness areas on the islands off the California Coast, the National Park Service must include all wild and roadless areas under consideration in its next general management plan for the Channel Islands. Of the several plans before them, both Alternatives 2 and 3 would protect the most wilderness areas on these unique and fragile islands.
Unless they are preserved, these beautiful roadless wildlands may be marred by development. We can never create new wilderness, so we must protect our critical public lands that provide wildlife habitat, unspoiled vistas and unparalleled outdoor recreation.
These spectacular public lands must be protected now for future generations.
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Dear Superintendent Galipeau,
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