As a national park visitor, you could soon face any number of harrowing realities if national parks continue to be underfunded, according to a report by the National Parks Conservation Association Made in America
A new national survey reveals that sportsmen and sportswomen think protecting public lands, getting kids outdoors and dealing with climate change are just as important as energy production and gun rights.
National Wilderness Month marks a time for considering what wilderness means to us as individuals and as a nation. Ironically, this Wilderness Month comes during one of the most anti-wilderness Congresses in modern history.
While all kinds of ideas for cutting the federal budget deficit are swirling around the Capitol, The Wilderness Society is making one thing abundantly clear: Congress should stop its assault on wilderness and the recreation economy and instead make green-friendly cuts like eliminating oil and ga
Six months is not a long time or is it? Six months in the life of an infant brings some of the most vital stages of development. Six months can be measured by two weather seasons. This length of time can be significant or just create passing memories. For me, the last six months working at the Wilderness Society have been more than enlightening and have changed my vision of the future.
As I was sitting at the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing on the National Park Service budget on Wednesday, the same thought kept running through my mind: funding the federal government in two weeks stints is no way to run a country. We’ve now had six short term budget bills since last September.