Your name and email address will be recorded and we will periodically send you email to keep you informed about the campaign. Your postcard will be collected and delivered to the Forest Service later this spring, along with those of thousands of other Americans. Our privacy policy statement provides more information about how we treat your personal information.

  step 3: virtual volunteer

Have you always wished you had time to do more?

Now you can be a Virtual Volunteer and help save our last wild forests in just 5 minutes a month. You can have an impact without ever leaving the comfort of your computer.

Your first name:
Your last name:
Your zip code (5 digits only):
Your email:
Your phone:
Number of People I can send Forest Alerts to:
Listservs/Newsgroups Where I will post messages about Heritage Forests:
I am interested in joining additional listservs and/or newsgroups and serving as the Heritage Forests spokesperson (we'll send you more information on how to do this!):
Yes  No
Web sites where I will post a link to

If you represent an organization that works on forest protection, and you are interested in establishing reciprocal web site links with, fill out the following information as well:
Local National Forests we work to protect:
Email lists my organization runs:
Size of email lists we run:
My organization's web site address:
2 sentence description of my web site:
My organization would like to officially endorse the Heritage Forests Campaign: Yes  No
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