The Berryessa Snow Mountain region stretches more than 100 miles and encompasses more than 350,000 acres across Napa, Mendocino, Lake, Solano and Yolo Counties. All five counties within the Berryessa Snow Mountain Region have endorsed permanent protection for the area, but efforts in Congress have stalled under partisan gridlock.
Berryessa Snow Mountain is rich in biodiversity, including species like bald and golden eagles, black bears, mountain lions, river otters, and tule elk, not to mention rare plants found nowhere else on the planet and important sources of drinking water and irrigation for nearby communities. The region also includes numerous trails, open spaces, lakes and rivers, providing recreation opportunities for hikers, bikers, campers, hunters, boaters, and others.
Urge President Obama to permanently protect the Berryessa Snow Mountain region as a National Monument. Send your message now!
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Dear President Obama,
Please take executive action to protect the Berryessa Snow Mountain region of Northern California by designating it as a National Monument. As a voter, conservation and protection of our natural heritage are very important to me.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]
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