Save Utah Redrock from Bush’s sale-urgent



NRDC files suit to block the sale of Utah’s Redrock wilderness to oil companies.
Keep Utah’s Redrock wilderness free of oil and gas drilling.
Give Now. Save Utah’s Redrock wilderness.
The courtroom fight to save our natural heritage from Bush and Cheney’s final land grab begins today. We need your support to wage and win this fight for our environmental future.
block the giveaway of 110,000 acres of Utah’s Redrock wilderness to oil and gas companies.

This disastrous auction will take place on December 19th — as a parting gift from the Bush-Cheney Administration to their friends in the oil and gas industries.

Please donate now to help us wage this courtroom battle and win back the unspoiled Redrock wilderness for the American people.

At stake are world-renowned vistas near Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, as well as near the Dinosaur National Monument. Even parts of Desolation Canyon, which have been proposed for national park status, will be on the auction block.

The highest bidders will earn the right to turn vast tracts of pristine wilderness into industrial wastelands.

You and I must stop them — and this NRDC lawsuit is our last, best chance to do so. Please make an immediate tax-deductible emergency donation to join our fight in federal court.

Thanks to your support, we’ve repeatedly

Stop the Bush Administration’s relentless drive to drill in some of our nation’s last wild places.

But it’s all on the line right now. We simply can’t stand by and let them plunder our natural heritage during Bush’s final hours in office.

They are racing to complete these land deals before Inauguration Day — which would make the Redrock sales difficult to reverse.

That’s why NRDC is responding swiftly and decisively in
Donate today.


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