Recognizing their shared values and commitment to the collaborative process, The Wilderness Society (TWS) and BlueRibbon Coalition/Sharetrails.org (BRC) are encouraging and supporting the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in its efforts to conduct and complete comprehensive travel and transportati
“We expect Secretary Zinke to protect America’s natural heritage with the same sense of dedication and duty that he brought to his service to the nation as a Navy Seal,” said Wilderness Society President Jamie Williams.
The Robert Marshall Award is The Wilderness Society's highest honor presented to a private citizen who has devoted long-term service and had a notable influence on conservation and the fostering of an American land ethic.
Today, the U.S. Senate approved President Trump’s nominee, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, to head the Environmental Protection Agency. Jamie Williams, president of The Wilderness Society said:
In a historic move, four Alaska legislators from across the state this morning voted against House resolution HJR 5, which urges Congress to open the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil exploration. Five representatives were absent.
The Wilderness Society praised a bipartisan resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives that expresses the sense of Congress that “America’s Federal public lands are national treasures that belong to all Americans and which should be maintained for future generations.”
New Mexico’s public lands got a reprieve today when the sponsor of a bill that would have opened the door to privatizing our public lands and resources withdrew the legislation due to overwhelming public opposition.