1. Sign our petition. Rocky Mountain Wild, and our Friends of Wolf Creek coalition members, has put together a Change.org petition urging U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell to immediately halt the land exchange and start an independent investigation into the flawed decision making process. Please take two minutes to sign online, and share the petition with your networks.
2. Speak out. Believe it or not, after almost 30 years and thousands of protest calls and letters, our elected representatives are still saying they haven’t heard from us. We have to change that! Please call your representatives today and express your concern about the Forest Services’ biased and secretive process for approving the land exchange. Click here for a list of contact numbers and emails.
Tweet about it. Our elected officials pay attention to what is said about them and to them on social media – especially when there is a surge of messages about the same issue. Please tweet your opposition to the development make sure to add #NoPillage to your message. Here are some handles for you to use:
Senator Michael Bennet (Colorado): @SenBennetCO
Senator Cory Gardner (Colorado): @SenCoryGardner
Senator Martin Heinrich (New Mexico): @MartinHeinrich
Representative Scott Tipton (CO 3rd District): @RepTipton
Representative Jared Polis (CO 2nd District): @RepJaredPolis
3. Donate. Since 1986 our coalition of small nonprofit organizations has successfully stopped the efforts of a billionaire developer. How have we done it? Through the generous donations of friends like you. Your donation, no matter how big or small, will make a real difference in our current effort to stop the “Village.” Click here to donate. Please indicate “Wolf Creek” in special instructions box.
4. Network. Join our email list and Like us on Facebook to stay informed of the current issues and developments. Follow #NoPillage, and add your own voice to the dialog. Encourage your friends and family to join us as well.