But a lot of people still haven't heard about the government's plan to sell off our woodlands.
Please forward this email to your friends and ask them to sign the petition now.
Our Save Our Forests campaign is creating a national sensation! We now have nearly half a million signatures on our petition -- that's more than the population of Liverpool. 
That’s because we understand something the government doesn’t: our natural forests are priceless, and once they’re gone - they’re gone forever.
Our campaign is already all over the news and politicians are getting increasingly nervous. That’s why the most important thing we can do right now is spread the word and ensure our petition continues to grow as quickly as possible.
Government ministers are trying to distract us with warm and fuzzy words about how much they love the forests. They've announced a "consultation" on how we'd like our forests sold off - even though they already know most of us don't want them sold off at all!
Even before this so-called consultation finishes they're busy trying to change the laws that currently protect public forests. This is blatantly clearing the way for a massive sell-off. What kind of consultation is that?
Don’t let them get away with it - tell everyone you know about our campaign right now.
If they want a consultation, here it is: 38 Degrees members chipped in to fund a national opinion poll which proved that 84% of the public want our forests kept in public hands for future generations.
Places like the Forest of Dean, the New Forest, Grizedale, Thetford, and Alice Holt are national treasures. We don’t want the natural places that belong to future generations flogged off for a quick cash grab today. But if we don’t rally together now, we may not have a choice.
Our petition already has over 470,000 names on it, including yours.
Please forward this email to your friends and ask them to sign. All they have to do is click on the link and add their names:
Thanks for getting involved. says Robert H. Brown ~ Chairman of the NW Cambs Branch of UKIP