Our wilderness is under an unprecedented attack from Trump and anti-conservationists in Congress. Help us fight back.
Few places in the U.S. are more prized by the avid recreationist than the Pacific Northwest. But with a plethora of places to hike, ski, boat and climb, how can one choose where to go?
America's wild places offer oodles of opportunities to enjoy the beautiful outdoors. But there's one type of recreation for which it seems the rules are not quite clear.
The Wilderness Society applauds Tennessee's Senators Lamar Alexander’s and Bob Corker’s for reintroducing the Tennessee Wilderness Act on July 15.
Thirty years ago, 259,000 splendid acres in southwestern Montana neighboring Yellowstone National Park was protected.
Whether you intend to visit a major city, or you live in one and are looking for a quick weekend trip, a visit to Wilderness is often nearby.
In light of this year's Craft Beer Week, from May 13-19, Montana's Tamarack Brewing Company is spotlighting
Wilderness Volunteers (WV) is offering a unique opportunity to experience the wild lands of Idaho.
New Mexico's wild lands got another foothold with the reintroduction of the Columbine- Hondo Wilderness Act on April 23.
Well, just this week the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources passed 19 wilderness and public lands protection measures. These bills are now eligible for passage out of the Senate and ultimately to become the law of the land!
Volunteer Vacations: Spend a Week Helping Wilderness
Show the Trump administration Americans don't support plans to destroy this epic wildland.