Protect wild salmon

Wild salmon are under threat all along the West Coast. The best way to protect salmon is to preserve wild places -- to limit development and resource extraction in the places that they swim and spawn. One of our best tools to protect wild places is the Roadless Rule, an agency ruling that prohibits road building in heretofore untouched areas of our national forests.

Yet the Trump administration removed this protection from the Tongass National Forest. Under the direction of the Biden administration, the Forest Service is reconsidering the Roadless Rule. By signing your name and telling the Forest Service to reinstate the Roadless Rule, we can help protect the places that are crucial for salmon to thrive.