Action Alert: Support the Northwest California Wilderness, Recreation, and Working Forests Act


The Northwest California Wilderness, Recreation, and Working Forests Act, introduced by Congressman Jared Huffman and Vice President Kamala Harris back in 2018, will protect wild public lands and rivers, expand recreational opportunities, improve fire risk management, benefit local economies, and even address trespass cannabis growing. We strongly support the many years of work that our elected officials and countless others have put into making this legislation a reality.

Now that Vice President Harris is no longer in the Senate we are urging her replacement, Senator Alex Padilla, to adopt the bill and support its reintroduction. We also want to take this opportunity to thank Congressman Huffman for his many years of hard work on this bill, and provide him encouragement to keep it up!

Please join us by contacting Senator Padilla
Ask him to adopt the NW CA Wilderness, Recreation, and Working Forests Act and support its reintroduction to congress.

Contact Senator Padilla:

Please join us in thanking Congressman Huffman
Join us in thanking Congressman Huffman for his dedication to public lands, and his persistent work on this holistic legislation.

Huffman public lands postcard

Click here to download and print a postcard or, if you don’t have a printer, click here to request some from us.

Sample text:

Dear Congressman Huffman,

Thank you so much for your years of work on the Northwest California Wilderness, Recreation, and Working Forests Act. I strongly value protecting our public lands and rivers with Wilderness and Wild & Scenic designations. I support expanding opportunities for recreation, prioritizing fire risk management, and cleaning up trespass cannabis grows on public lands. Thanks again for your excellent work.

Sincerely, [your name]

Contact Congressman Huffman:

Listen to the latest EcoNews episode on Lost Coast Outpost or wherever you subscribe to podcasts to hear Ryan Henson of the California Wilderness Coalition talk about the details of the bill and break down the prospects of the bill’s passage in the 177th Congress. Check out the bill and more at