Wilderness Support Center

North Cascades
Jim Nelson
Since The Wilderness Society introduced the Wilderness Support Center in 1999, the center has protected more than eight million acres of wilderness.

The Wilderness Support Center builds grassroots support within local communities to protect our nation’s last remaining wild places. It works on wilderness designation and national monument designation. The support center is an important part of The Wilderness Society’s mission to protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for wild places.

The Wilderness Society founded the Wilderness Support Center in 1999 as the front line in the fight to protect America’s wild places.

The support center works on campaigns to protect wilderness. It also leads The Wilderness Society’s national monument campaign, which aims to protect more of our natural and cultural treasures as national monuments.

Contact us

The support center is headquartered in Durango, Colo., and has staff across the United States.

The Wilderness Society
Wilderness Support Center
1309 E 3rd Ave
Suite 36
Durango, CO 81301

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