Help us fight the radical environmental initiative to permanently protect 30 percent of our Nation's land and oceans by 2030.
Augusts 31, 2022 | An A-list of national conservative leaders issued a strongly worded statement opposing the Biden Administration’s 30x30 agenda to permanently protect 30 percent of the nation’s lands and oceans by 2030. The statement was signed by over 100 prominent leaders, including President Ronald Reagan’s Attorney General, Edwin Meese III, the current Conservative Action Project (CAP) Chairman, Kenneth Blackwell, and Former White House Advisor for President Reagan, Becky Norton Dunlop, now with The Heritage Foundation.
Dunlop was one of the keynote speakers at last April’s Stop 30x30 Summit, and was instrumental in gathering the conservative leaders together to voice their opposition to the land grab.
The 30 x 30 program is a plan advanced by radical environmental activists to permanently protect 30% of America’s land and oceans by 2030. The program is being advanced by the Biden Administration through Executive Order 14008, “Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad” (86 Fed. Reg. 7,619), signed January 27, 2021.
Proponents argue that climate impacts are human-caused, and permanently preserving 30% of America’s land and oceans is necessary to reverse climate change. This action must be taken immediately, they claim, to avoid impacts on the ecosystem and wildlife. However, the science and data do not justify these extreme policy measures.
30 x 30 is an unconstitutional policy shift, moving us from a nation founded on private property principles to one controlled by the administrative state.
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The Heritage Foundation released a report March 4, 2022 by Rob Gordon entitled "Lands and Habitat in the United States: A Reality Check." This report debunks many of the 30 x 30 myths environmentalists are using to support their agenda.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts has led the States in opposing 30 x 30. Learn why this agenda concerns him, and why he has taken critical steps to protect his State.
Fox News reporter Douglas Kennedy captures the positions of property rights advocates from American Stewards, as well as the radical environmentalist with National Geographic.
Chaves County, New Mexico Commissioners take action to oppose New Mexico Governor's Executive Order to protect 50% of states lands.
Norman D. James, ESQ, with Fennemore Craig takes apart the 30 x 30 agenda, revealing how the crisis proponents have defined does not support the massive land grab they are pursuing.
September 16, 2021, Governor Ricketts released the 26th episode of “The Nebraska Way” featuring Margaret Byfield, Executive Director of American Stewards of Liberty. During the episode, Byfield discusses President Joe Biden’s radical plan to conserve 30 percent of the nation’s land and water by 2030 and what states are doing to push back on it.
Garfield County, Colorado passed the first resolution to oppose 30 x 30 on February 16, 2021, just three weeks after the President launched the 30 x 30 initiative. Local governments across the nation have followed suit, sending a strong message to the Administration that 30 x 30 is not a locally driven initiative -- it is rejected by local governments and the people they serve. (Pictured Left to right: Commissioners Mike Samson, John Martin and Tom Jankovsky)
Over 300 people traveled to Valentine, Nebraska March 9th to learn about the 30 x 30 program.
May 11, 2021, Representative Boebert and 22 of her Colleagues filed the “30 x 30 Termination Act.” (Background) A companion bill is also filed in the Senate led by U.S. Senators Roger Marshall, M.D. (KS) and Kevin Cramer (ND).
The "30 X 30 Termination Acts," block the Biden Administration’s 30 x 30 directive to conserve at least 30% of our private lands and waters by 2030. The legislation prevents a number of invasive actions on public and private land in the name of conservation and ensures 30 x 30 is stopped dead in its tracks.