By signing up to become a Roadless Community Leader for the Keep the Tongass Roadless and Wild campaign, you are agreeing to help get your friends, family, and neighbors involved in the fight to protect the National Roadless Rule on the Tongass.
Roadless Community Leaders will work closely with SEACC staff and will be given the resources and the support needed to succeed in getting your community involved.
- As a Roadless Community Leader, you will be the on the ground, go to person in your community, engaging with and providing opportunities for your friends, family, and neighbors to take action.
- You will also help organize local events. Some of these could include: Letter to the editor writing parties, Roadless Rule day of action, public meetings, public comment writing parties, campaign training workshops, and more.
Support from SEACC
- SEACC will connect you with other Roadless Community Leaders through conference calls and group email list so that you can find support from other local leaders.
- SEACC will provide you with trainings which will give you the skills to ensure your community is prepared to support Roadless on the Tongass.
- You will also get the opportunity to influence the campaign and add your ideas to how we at SEACC can support you in building a successful Keep the Tongass Roadless and Wild campaign in your community.
Next Steps after signing up:
- SEACC‘s Tongass Forest Program Manager, Dan Cannon will call you directly to further discuss the Roadless Community Leader role with you.