If, like me, you were unable to attend Minnesota Public Lands Day rally at the state capital in St. Paul yesterday – or if you are simply a #PublicLandLover and want to do more than just say #KeepItPublic, here are a few things you can do to say you are a #PublicLandsProud #PublicLandOwner:
- Take the Sportsman’s Pledge and support Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.
- Support one of the other co-sponsors of #MNPublicLandsDay:
- Or Take Action with Sportsmen for the Boundary Waters
If you want to more on a national scale, support one of the many fine conservation organizations who work to protect our public lands in your neck of the woods, or national organizations like The Wilderness Society and Sign the Petition to tell Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke that some places are “too wild to drill”, and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership where you can help stop the seizure of your public lands by signing the Sportsmen’s Access petition:
And add your voice to do more than just keep it public with Sportsmen’s Country and show them you are Public Lands Proud: