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Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment

North Dakotans love the outdoors. We take great pride in our wide-open spaces. Many of us live in North Dakota because of its incredible and unique landscapes, its boundless sky, its diverse prairie and clear lakes and its abundance of wildlife. The rich natural resources are part of our our heritage and a legacy we want to pass on to our children.

To protect our way of life in North Dakota, The Nature Conservancy and a coalition of partners in North Dakota are supporting the Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment. We need your help to gather the necessary signatures to get the amendment on the ballot in November 2014.

The Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment will:

  • Protect clean water in our rivers, lakes and steams
  • Improve natural flood control by protecting and restoring natural areas
  • Protect fish and wildlife populations
  • Create parks and other areas for outdoor recreation

It will NOT increase your taxes and it will NOT take away funding from local communities most affected by the oil boom.

Without your help, voters in North Dakota will not have the opportunity to vote yes for Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks in November 2014. We need committed citizens, like you, to volunteer to protect what you love about North Dakota.

To inspire you, we created a slideshow of some of North Dakota’s most spectacular lands and waters including the Badlands and the Big Muddy.

Please sign up today to be a part of the team. You may also learn more and sign up on the campaign’s web site at cleanwaterwildlifeparks.org or call (701) 566-5058 to speak with a campaign organizer directly.

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