Forest Service, the American Forest Resource Alliance (AFRA), The Wilderness Society
(TWS), and the Scientific Panel on Late-Successional Forest Ecosystems (known as the "Group of Four" or "G4").
"The final pieces of the Y2Y vision are buffer zones that will ensure that protection for core areas doesn't simply `fall-off' at the edges," says Harvey Locke, previous national president of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
. "Contact with humans will happen gradually as a species moves out from the corridor's core.
In 1936 The Wilderness Society
held a membership meeting in Washington D.C.
"The practical effect could be to open all designated wilderness areas to all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, motorbikes, motorboats, chainsaws and other motorized vehicles and equipment ..." warns Wilderness Society
president William Meadows in a letter to Congress.
THE Southern Alberta Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
(CPAWS) chapter dedicated this year's photo contest to the UN International Year of Forests.
We have reached out with Environment Tasmania and The Wilderness Society
to the trade unions and industry to see if there is a different way forward from decades of conflict in the forests.
(OTC Bulletin Board: FRNTQ), a US-based airline holding company, has announced a partnership with The Wilderness Society
, a US-based public-lands conservation organisation to protect wilderness in the US.
was head of public policy for the Wilderness Society
and co-founder of Grand Canyon Trust, a regional advocacy group.
The high environmental burden will strongly affect the fishing industry and tourism in Tasmania," Tom Millen from Australian organisation The Wilderness Society
Due to these concerns, 13 environmental groups, including the Wilderness Society
, Sierra Club and Natural Resources Defense Council, filed suit against the federal government in January 2009 over oil shale development on federal land.
Harvey Broome, co-founder of The Wilderness Society
, once said, "If we lose wilderness, we lose forever the knowledge of what the world was and what it might, with understanding and loving husbandry, yet become."
In most cases, visitors won't notice any change at all--"and that's the charm," says Steve Smith of The Wilderness Society
. "They'll see a new sign or two, but otherwise, it will be the same spectacular natural experience they've always known."