📢 WHAT: On September 12th—the eve of the 59th anniversary of Point Reyes National Seashore—local environmental leaders, wildlife advocates, and public lands stewards will gather for a rally at Point Reyes National Seashore. Join us to demand the National Park Service make the right decision for the climate, for wildlife, and for future generations: RESTORE THIS NATIONAL SEASHORE!
📢 WHY: The National Park Service will determine the future of Point Reyes National Seashore on September 13th. Will the Park Service lock-in and expand ranching for another 20 years, or will the seashore officially become a park—as the founders intended 59 years ago?
📢 WHERE AND WHEN: At 11am PST on September 12th, park defenders from around the Bay Area will gather at the Bear Valley Visitor Center in Pt. Reyes Station for a safe, socially distanced, outdoor rally. Please bring a mask, your voice, your friends and family!
📢 SPEAKERS: Speakers include Ken Brower, world renowned environmental writer and son of David Brower, and Theresa Harlan (Kewa Pueblo/Jemez Pueblo), who is advocating for the restoration of her family’s Coast Miwok home at Point Reyes National Seashore and nomination for the National Register of Historic Places.
Photo and artwork courtesy of: Matthew Polvorosa Kline
Lets be clear: This is NOT private land. This is public land.
The Tule Elk, once thought to be extinct, have been a pillar of success in local conservation work and Point Reyes National Seashore is the only national park where you can view these animals. Please sign to support their protection.
Stop the Killing of Tule elk in Point Reyes National Seashoree
Ask Interior Secretary Deb Haaland to withdraw the National Park Service's harmful plan and stop the killing of endemic tule elk.
Photo by ©Matthew Polvorsa Kline
The Park Service's General Management plan blatantly prioritizes private commercial ranching in the park over the natural resources which they have been entrusted to protect. Sign the petition below to voice your disapproval.
Please Intervene to Stop NPS’s Cruel and Irresponsible Plan for Point Reyes National Seashore
Ask Secretary Haaland to withhold the Record of Decision, an action that would stall the NPS plan of 'culling' Tule Elk and maintaining a fence that prevents these iconic animals from finding adequate food and water.
Restore Point Reyes Seashore is fighting to reform management failures that threaten the future of the park itself. We are raising awareness, inspiring public involvement, and taking appropriate action— including in the courts.
ForELK is a movement in support of saving the Tule Elk of Point Reyes National Seashore. We are an independent organization that is not affiliated with any other animal rights groups.