Protect Crater Lake
With its deep blue waters and 2,000-foot rim walls, Crater Lake is Oregon’s crown jewel. The surrounding mountains and forests are home to Roosevelt elk, black bears, bald eagles and spawning salmon.
Yet, year after year, logging companies push to clear-cut old-growth forest right outside the boundaries of Crater Lake National Park, threatening the wildlife, waterways, and ecosystem within the park. That’s why we’re working to win permanent protection for 500,000 acres of wilderness around Crater Lake National Park.