Wilderness Society's Anderson highlights vital role of roadless forests

Woman and dog hiking through Sumter National Forest in the Rock Gorge Roadless Area. Photo by Butch Clay.

It’s not every day that The Wilderness Society gets to speak on air for 30 minutes about the heart and soul of why our work matters. Treehuggers International recently gave us exactly that opportunity – airing an interview with senior resource analyst Mike Anderson in our Seattle office about the importance of our roadless forests.

The show originally aired on KBZT in San Diego but is also beaming across the web. Listen to Anderson talk about the vital role roadless forests play in nurturing people and wildlife alike.

While the conservation community awaits a major legal decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, now is the perfect time to tune in to the need to protect these forests.

photo: Woman and dog hiking through Sumter National Forest in the Rock Gorge Roadless Area. Photo by Butch Clay.

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