Stop the Rockets: Explosions Expected over Cumberland Island National Seashore

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Georgia’s Cumberland Island National Seashore attracts 60,000 hikers and campers each year to its wild beaches, towering dunes, and old-growth forests. Now the island is at risk from becoming the first and only national park in America to be forced to have private rockets launched directly over it.

Rockets explode. According to the analysis of Spaceport Camden, which would be located directly across from Cumberland Island National Seashore, a rockets would explode over Cumberland once every 18 months, scattering toxins, shrapnel, and fiery debris across a wild and pristine national seashore and its campgrounds, historic structures, and sea turtles nesting habitat. Watch the video to learn more and take action here:  http://bit.ly/2kGaWra  #saynotospaceportcamden

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