The senator considers a new bill to protect nature

The Environmental America is supporting the new six bills that will protect nature. “Environment America supports six of the bills that your committee is reviewing on June 7. These bills will protect public lands that contain critical ecosystems that we so desperately need to maintain biodiversity and also provide recreational opportunities for current and future generations.” Lisa Frank. The Environmental America is supporting the new six bills that will protect nature. "Environment America supports six of the bills that your committee is reviewing on June 7. These bills will protect public lands that contain critical ecosystems that we so desperately need to maintain biodiversity and also provide recreational opportunities for current and future generations." Lisa Frank.

The bills that will be passed will protect wildlife, remove waste and will provide recreational activities for current and future generations. The grand canyon act will protect over 100 species of animals. This will also help against radioactive waste removal. In addition, the Montana Headwaters Legacy Act. For it will protect over 350 miles. All most importantly for recreational opportunities.

The M.H. Dutch Salmon Greater Gila Wild and Scenic River Act. For it will clean up rivers and will protect wildlife. The Sutton Mountain and Painted Hills Area Wildfire Resiliency Preservation will take over 66,000 acres and make recreational opportunities.

In addition, the LBL Recreation and Heritage Act. For it will authorize $8 million for annual administration of the recreation area. And finally the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Expansion Act. It will extend the monument by 4,000 acres for recreational opportunities!

 

Source :  Environment America

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