The Carrizo Plain National Monument, one of the crown jewels of California, is under threat of having its protected status stripped away by the Trump Administration. We think it's worth protecting. Visit savethecarrizo.org to learn more about this special place and how you can easily write a letter supporting its national monument status.
 

Save the Carrizo Plain Highlights

 
Thanks to our friends at Patagonia in Washington, D.C., the 2,600 letters collected through our Save the Carrizo Plain initiative were hand-delivered to the Department of the Interior via tandem bike before the public comment deadline for the national monument review.
 

Rally for the Carrizo!

July 1, 2017 at Mission Plaza, San Luis Obispo

Lois Capps, former representative from California's 24th District, gives a speech defending the Carrizo Plain National Monument, which is under review by the Trump Administration, at the Rally for the Carrizo in San Luis Obispo on July 1st.
Patrick Veesart, longtime resident of the Carrizo Plain and former SLO County planning commissioner, talks about his time living there and the importance of the national monument status at the Rally for the Carrizo in San Luis Obispo on July 1st.
Congressman Salud Carbajal, current representative from California's 24th District, gives a speech supporting the Carrizo Plain National Monument, which is under review by the Trump Administration, at the Rally for the Carrizo in San Luis Obispo on July 1st.
Violet Cavanaugh, Vice-Chair of the Northern Chumash Tribal Council, speaks in defense of the Carrizo Plain National Monument, which is under review by the Trump Administration, at the Rally for the Carrizo in San Luis Obispo on July 1st.
Mayor Heidi Harmon speaks in defense of the Carrizo Plain National Monument, which is under review by the Trump Administration, at the Rally for the Carrizo in San Luis Obispo on July 1st.
Jeff Kuyper, Executive Direct of Los Padres ForestWatch, speaks in defense of the Carrizo Plain National Monument, which is under review by the Trump Administration, at the Rally for the Carrizo in San Luis Obispo on July 1st.
 

Bears Ears to Carrizo Plain: Protecting America's National Monuments

June 13, 2017 at Patagonia Ventura

Rick Ridgeway, VP of Environmental Affairs at Patagonia spoke about the importance of our national monuments and what the outdoor industry is doing to stand up to this attack on public lands.

Rick Ridgeway, VP of Environmental Affairs at Patagonia spoke about the importance of our national monuments and what the outdoor industry is doing to stand up to this attack on public lands.

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Patagonia's store in Ventura was packed with over 100 people who came to show their support for the Carrizo Plain National Monument!

Patagonia's store in Ventura was packed with over 100 people who came to show their support for the Carrizo Plain National Monument!

Nearly 150 support postcards were filled out that evening.

Nearly 150 support postcards were filled out that evening.