TOO WILD TO DRILL

The North Fork of the Gunnison River is among the 15 rare and irreplaceable wild places identified in the United States. The Too Wild To Drill report places the North Fork Valley in the same peer group as:

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska

Bears Ears Monument in Utah

Green River Valley in Washington

Appalachian Trail in Virginia

Badger Two Medicine in Montana

Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota

Chihuahuan Desert Rivers in New Mexico

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah

Greater Grand Canyon Watershed in Arizona

Mojave Trail National Monument in California

Northern Red Desert in Wyoming

Owyhee Desert Sagebrush in Nevada

 Paradise Valley in Montana, and

Wayne National Forest in Ohio

 

Please tell the BLM that the only way to protect the North Fork Valley, this irreplaceable special place, from irreparable harm is by closing off the North Fork to oil and gas leasing.

Please submit the following letter to BLM. Filling out the form below will submit the included comment letter directly to the BLM. Thank you for your support!

Too Wild To Drill Comment Letter
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