Bernard Frank was a forestry expert, author and leading conservationist in the Washington D.C. area.
Born in New York City, Frank received Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Cornell University.
Harold Anderson was not your average Washington D.C. accountant. He was a hiker, a wilderness advocate and an initiator of the development of The Wilderness Society.
Ernest Carl Oberholtzer, also known as “Ober”, was an explorer, author and pioneering champion for the protection of wilderness - in particular the Quetico-Superior area that bridges Minnesota and Ontario, Canada.
How to Make a Gift of Stock to The Wilderness Society