Tongass National Forest

Southeastern Alaska, U.S.

The Tongass National Forest lies at the heart of the world's largest remaining temperate rainforest, home to towering groves of ancient trees and vibrant populations of eagles, grizzlies, wolves and salmon. However, this bustling ecosystem is now at the mercy of American politics, as the Obama Administration plans to drop critical protections for wildlife and watersheds in our national forests, with potentially disastrous impacts on the Tongass.