Arches National Park, Dinosaur National Monument, Chaco Canyon... these are some of America's places that are just too wild to drill.
Right now, the drive to drill is sending oil and gas development deeper into our wildest, most beloved public lands. But some lands are simply too wild to drill. Our new Too Wild to Drill report spotlights 12 such places that need protection today.
A new Wilderness Society Report titled Too Wild to Drill spotlights 12 of the most threatened wild places today—places that need protections. Infographic credit: The Wilderness Society.
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You may be shocked to learn that oil and gas drilling could soon creep up on lands on the border of these beloved lands—or in some cases right inside wildlife refuges and top outdoor recreation spots.
Right now, federal land management agencies are making decisions about whether to allow drilling to go forward in many of these places.