Read our op-ed in the Post and Courier about the act granting presidents the authority to designate public lands as national monuments. Earlier this year, President Trump signed an Executive Order that put a number of National Park Service monuments on the chopping block to be examined for possible sale or transfer. This unprecedented action threatens the integrity of 27 monuments and is a first step towards a broader attack on national parks, refuges, and forests. July 10 is the deadline to submit comments to the Trump administration in support of our public lands. You can email us at email@example.com and we will relay your comments to the Department of Interior.