Wilderness Society

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Wilderness Society

Address:1615 M St NW
Washington, DC 20036

Phone:202-833-2300
Fax:202-429-3958
Phone:800-843-8443
Web: www.wilderness.org
Established: 1935. Description:Works to protect America's wilderness and to develop a nationwide network of wildlands through public education, scientific analysis, and advocacy. Maintains regional offices in Anchorage, Atlanta, Boston, Boise, Bozeman, Denver, San Francisco, and Seattle. Dues: $30/year.
Publications: Wilderness (annually); free to members. Also publishes a range of campaign and educational reports.

See other parks in District of Columbia.
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Sutter, however, argues that the Wilderness Society founders were not simple "preservationists" seeking to deny all public access to wilderness lands.
A caution here, from Ben Beach at the Wilderness Society.
Roush nearly brought ruin on the Wilderness Society, which had to close down field offices in New Mexico, Florida and Oregon to pay the enormous balloon lease payment due on the Society's premises in Washington, D.C., which will top $6 million next year.
According to Richard Hoppe, spokesman for the Wilderness Society, no one can be sure how owls will fare in the future unless their habitat is protected.
As with other Little Kings packaging, the bottles continue to incorporate the "Support The Wildlife" message and the brand's affiliation with The Wilderness Society to help save the habitat of the grizzly bear.
Living in an apartment in the middle of downtown Portland, Tuttle walks two blocks to his office at The Wilderness Society. Tuttle, the society's Oregon regional director, must make deliberate efforts to get out of the city a couple weekends per month to see the wild places he is fighting to protect.
Organisations like The Wilderness Society shared photo galleries on Facebook to raise awareness.
Ranging from drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to mining in the Grand Canyon to reversing the 2001 "Roadless rule," they amount to what the Wilderness Society is calling an "unprecedented siege on America's wild places."
A well-known political advocacy group, the Wilderness Society, compiles a list of "the 10 U.S.
To get involved, contact the Wilderness Support Center in Durango, Colo., which The Wilderness Society created in 1999 to ramp up the pace of wilderness protection.