“The Roadless Rule is now indisputably the law of the land. Today’s announcement by the Supreme Court denying Wyoming’s petition to review the Roadless Area Conservation Rule case is good news for the millions of Americans who have called for safeguarding our nation&rsquo
Generations of loggers have seen timber from the Tongass National Forest as a source of income, but a new study indicates that the tradeoffs that come with large-scale harvests of old-growth timber in Southeast Alaska are not worth the short-term gain.
The Wilderness Society’s Senior Resource Analyst, Mike Anderson, has been selected to serve on the National Forest planning rule implementation advisory committee by USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack. The distinction comes after years of dedicated work on forest management issues, often in
The Wilderness Society (TWS) recognizes Rep. Elton Gallegly (R-24) for introducing legislation today to help preserve wilderness and rivers in the Los Padres National Forest in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.