As we continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Wilderness Act, Congress still isn’t living up to its duty to consider and conserve America&rsqu
The Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee passed S. 1294, a bill first introduced in 2010 that would protect nearly 20,000 acres of public land.
The Wilderness Society applauds Tennessee's Senators Lamar Alexander’s and Bob Corker’s for reintroducing the Tennessee Wilderness Act on July 15.
I am swinging a pulaski deep into the ground, hoping to chip off a nice large chunk of soil. I am on Sampson Mountain on the eve of the 25th anniversary of the Tennessee Wilderness Act of 1986, doing trail maintenance in this magnificent wilderness.
Autumn on the horizon, there is a coolness in the night air and the days are getting shorter. I am sitting on my front porch recalling the first time I used a crosscut saw last summer.
There are some stories I never tire of telling.
The Wilderness Society has identified top priority Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and Forest Legacy land acquisition projects across the country.