Who Supports Protecting Greater Canyonlands?

People from across the country want to see Greater Canyonlands protected. To show that support, we have launched a campaign to collect postcards and send them to the Obama administration from ordinary American citizens who love our wild places. This map shows the geographical makeup of some of our Greater Canyonlands supporters:

Total postcards collected: 17,580

Want to help us add to the total? Contact your SUWA regional organizer for more information:

Utah and West – Terri Martin (terri@suwa.org)

Midwest – Clayton Daughenbaugh (clayton@suwa.org)

East – Rachel Briggs (rachel@suwa.org)


Greater Canyonlands Coalition

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance

Sierra Club

Natural Resources Defense Council

Grand Canyon Trust

Great Old Broads for Wilderness

EcoFlight

Wild Utah Project

Living Rivers

Canyon Country Rising Tide

Coloradans for Utah Wilderness

Californians for Western Wilderness

Other Voices

The Outdoor Industry Association and 100+ Outdoor-Related Businesses

Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth

Artists and Photographers

Terry Tempest Williams

College Student Groups

Utah citizen Op-Eds and LTEs

Op-Eds and LTEs from supporters outside of Utah

Voices from Colorado

16 Outdoor Businesses in Western Colorado

Aron Ralston

David Ensign, member of the Boulder Daily Camera’s editorial advisory board

Wally White (La Plata County Commissioner)

Dick White (Durango City Council)

Michael Rendon (former mayor, Durango)

Grand Valley Audubon Society (Grand Junction)

Voices from Across the Country

U.S. Representative Tim Johnson (R-IL)

St. Louis Audubon Society (MO)

Grosse Point Audubon (MI)

Laughing Whitefish Audubon Society (MI)

Decatur Audubon Society (IL)

Minnesota Division Izaak Walton League of America (MN)

Op-Eds and LTEs from supporters outside of Utah