Protect Wolves from Clear-cut Logging in the Tongass National Forest

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Alexander Archipelago wolves depend on the Tongass National Forest for survival. Fewer than 1,000 of these rare wolves are left. Lifting protections in the forest will allow industrial logging in areas that are crucial for the survival of these remarkable wolves.

Please tell Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to keep roadless protections in America’s largest forest.

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Secretary of Agriculture
Sonny
Purdue
Department of Argriculture
Chief
Vicki
Christiansen
United States Forest Service