Support Beaver Reintroduction in Las Cienegas

BLas Cienegas National Conservation Areaorder wall construction has destroyed critical landscapes and wildlife migration corridors for decades. 84 environmental and other federal laws and statutes were waived in recent years to accelerate border construction, giving way to severed terrestrial corridors for wildlife, newly graded roads, light and noise pollution, water pumping from underground aquifers and springs, and more. Incredible damage has been done — but now we have a chance to start border restoration. 

Will you tell U.S. Customs and Border Protection to create and improve wildlife crossings, revegetate disturbed landscapes, decommission border roads, and leave border lights unilluminated?

On December 20, 2021, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) authorized U.S. Customs and Border Protection to “complete additional projects necessary to address life, safety, environmental, and other remediation requirements in locations previously undertaken by DoD…” in sectors that included Arizona’s Tucson sector.