Our modern environmental movement stands on the shoulders of a few great early-American conservationists.
This year, Congress has a great opportunity to protect wilderness.
Autumn's sunny days and cool nights means nature is in rare form. A rainbow of metamorphosing trees awaits you!
Few places in the U.S. are more prized by the avid recreationist than the Pacific Northwest. But with a plethora of places to hike, ski, boat and climb, how can one choose where to go?
Alpine Lakes Wilderness is a large, pristine wilderness area spanning the Cascade Range of Washington state.
That part of us that seeks the beauty and wonder that wilderness offers often also wants to take a piece of wilderness home with us. But if we vow to leave no trace, then we know we can only take photographs.
Back in July we highlighted a list of spectacular places in America that are threatened by oil and gas drilling, including New Mexico’s storied Chaco Canyon.
Yosemite Wilderness encompasses nearly 95 percent (704,624 acres) of Yosemite National Park.
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President Obama has vowed to urge Congress to designate new wilderness in the Refuge. Encourage him to keep fighting for this threatened land.