President Trump, his fossil fuel administration, and anti-conservationists in Congress are attacking America’s public lands!
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This particular photo was taken on a trip in 1931.
As part of our North Cascades Initiative, The Wilderness Society has developed a series of maps to help people explore and experience a variety of rewarding hikes and sights in the North Cascades.
Kids don’t spend as much time outside as they used to, to the detriment of their health, happiness and overall connection with nature. Now, Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) and Sen.
According to new analysis by the Union of Concerned Scientists, notable historic, cultural and natural sites around the country could be damaged or d
Since the Wilderness Act was passed in 1964, public lands accorded the federal government’s highest level of protection have ranged across 44 states (and Puerto Rico) and covered close to 110 million acres.
These are waterways where the river’s free-flowing character has been protected by prohibiting dams and ensuring corridors are undeveloped.
From bouldering to sport climbing to traditional climbing to ice climbing, wild lands across the country are excellent places to climb.
There are over 450 animal species listed as endangered and over 170 listed as threatened, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Trump is already checking off the oil and gas industry's wish list and now his anti-conservation partners in Congress are following in kind. Stand up to them!