Breaking: News outlets confirm rumors that Trump plans to dismantle protections for Bears Ears. Give today to fight for our National Monuments.
The Wilderness Society raised a glass this year for a very special golden anniversary, the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
So you’re thinking about taking your hiking adventures to the next level?
Some good news for the Too Wild to Drill George Washington National Forest—the US Forest Service has released their new plan for the forest, and keeping drilling out of essential parts of this wi
Federally protected wilderness areas offer loads of great outdoor recreation opportunities that go well beyond hiking.
The Wilderness Society joins the Department of the Interior in thanking veterans past and present for sacrifices made in service of our country.
The Wilderness Act celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson on Sept. 3, 1964, the Wilderness Act created our National Wilderness Preservation System and a means by which Americans can protect wilderness.
October is a wonderful time to go hiking and witness the beauty of the changing season as well as creatures preparing for winter.
As rampant light pollution becomes more commonplace, many seek the beauty and joys of dark skies. Protected wild lands are the perfect places to revel in the timeless pleasure of starry skies.
Ever wonder what would happen if kids didn't use electronics for a few days? After all, children have reported spending seven hours a day staring at screens.
A study published on Sept. 29 has demonstrated the importance of school recess - and not merely for health reasons.
Congress is trying to open the pristine Arctic Refuge to drilling. Don't let them.