America’s Red Rock Wilderness Act seeks to serve the public interest by permanently protecting more than 9 million acres of wilderness-quality land in Utah. Many of these lands lie adjacent to some of our nation’s most beloved national parks and monuments but enjoy little or no protection. You can help us build support for their protection by asking your members of Congress to cosponsor this visionary legislation.
Text keyword SUWA to 52886 to join SUWA’s text alert list. You will receive occasional texts at critical moments informing you how to take timely action, where to go to attend an imminent event (rallies, protests, important public meetings, presentations), and more. You can also click here to get started.
SUWA offers the opportunity for volunteers to join public land managers for hands-on work trips in various backcountry locations. Get your hands dirty and enjoy spectacular scenery while learning more about the issues affecting Utah’s public lands. Visit our Stewardship Program page for more information or click here for a list of scheduled service projects & trainings.
There has never been a better time to become involved in work to protect Utah’s spectacular redrock wilderness. The Wild Utah State Activist Network is made up of people in Utah and across the country working to protect Utah wilderness. The state activist network links you with others in your state concerned about protecting the redrock wild lands we all love. Get connected now >>
Suggest a Group or Venue for a Presentation of SUWA’s Wild Utah Film
SUWA organizers offer inspirational and informative presentations about the campaign to protect Utah’s redrock wildlands. Enjoy beautiful images while you learn about current issues and how you can help make a difference. We attempt to honor all requests, time and staff availability allowing, but cannot guarantee we can fulfill all requests. To suggest a group or venue, email Issues-Action@suwa.org
The Online Advocacy team shares information and stories over social media that are important to protecting Utah’s redrock wildlands. Disseminating media such as editorials, op-eds, videos, images, and news stories through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram is crucial to amplifying our conservation message and shining a spotlight on timely issues. You can expect an email or two a week asking you to disseminate informative and thought-provoking items. Sign up as an Online Advocate now >>
Write a Letter-to-the-Editor or Guest Editorial
Help shape the public narrative and influence decision makers by writing a letter-to-the-editor (LTE) or guest editorial (Op-Ed) on key issues at critical moments. Write on your own initiative, or join our list of writers and we’ll reach out to you periodically with information on timely issues. Click here to join our writers list now >>
Sign Up for Utah Wilderness News
Sign up to receive regular news clips (usually each weekday) via email of articles from across the country pertaining to redrock wilderness issues. We search for topical articles and send them to you in digest form, and with links to the original articles. Now you don’t have to conduct a time-consuming web search to get the latest news – we do it for you! Click to be added to the Utah Wilderness News list. Please type “Subscribe UWN” in the subject line.
Get your own Protect Wild Utah lawn sign simply by filling out a form — we’ll deliver it to the address you provide. NOTE: at this time we are only able to deliver to residents in the following Utah counties: Salt Lake, Davis, Utah, Cache, Weber, Summit and Grand. Order your lawn sign now >>
President Trump’s orders to repeal Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ear National Monuments and replace them with dramatically smaller monuments has stripped protections for over two million acres of land. Until the courts rule on pending lawsuits against this illegal abuse of presidential authority, SUWA will work to defend all lands within the original monuments from any harm. You can help by joining Monument Watch!
Your voice really does make a difference. Supporters and wilderness advocates like you play a critical role in the protection of Utah’s spectacular wild places.
Please contact the SUWA organizer in your region to learn about other ways to get involved.
Dave Pacheco, Utah Grassroots Organizer: firstname.lastname@example.org, (801) 428-3961
Olivia Juarez, Latinx Community Organizer: email@example.com, (801) 236-3774
Madison Daniels, Faith Community Organizer: firstname.lastname@example.org, (801) 236-3761
Terri Martin, Western Regional Organizer: email@example.com, (801) 236-3778
Clayton Daughenbaugh, Midwest Field Organizer: firstname.lastname@example.org, (708) 795-0514
Travis Hammill, Eastern Grassroots Organizer: email@example.com, (202) 266-0472