At more than 19 million acres, Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of the last great tracts of truly wild land left in the United States.
Melyssa Watson, shown below during a 2015 trip to the Arctic Refuge, is The Wilderness Society's Vice President for Conservation.
On the heels of President Obama’s historic recommendation last January to preserve nearly all of Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as wilderness, a record number of U.S.
Thanks to a new bill in Congress, one of America’s greatest wild places -- the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska -- might become permanently protected as a wilderness area.
Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell just doesn’t want to take “no” for an answer, but he must be getting used to it, because the U.S.
Parnell has submitted a plan for oil and gas exploration on the coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge where caribou and polar bears live.