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PeaceOnEarth Aug 8
Replying to @WildernessWatch
Thank you!
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Kelly Bostian Jul 21
“Rewilding” Oklahoma. I like that idea. Much of it as we can.
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E J Terren 8h
...or just maybe they don't want the public to see the destruction of our public lands, and don't want to deal with protesters.
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WildWest Institute Aug 13
Urge your senators and rep to co-sponsor and support the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act, the wildest bill in Congress!
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Laguna Canyon Found. Aug 7
⚠️ We're hiring field instructors for our South Coast Wilderness outdoor education program! 🌳 Looking for meaningful fun part-time work during the school year? Do you love to hike? If you answered YES check out the job posting on our website for more information.
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Sara Fogan Jun 18
Please oppose S. 1695. This bill would weaken and amend the Wilderness Act to allow mountain bikes and any other so-called “human-powered” machine in . Let's !
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Linda D Hansen Aug 13
. Please co-sponsor and support the Hardrock Leasing and Reclamation Act (HR 2579). This bill would reform and replace the 1872 Mining Act, the outdated and obsolete 147 year-old law still governing mining on , including within .
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Beverly Nichols 🕊️🌎🐾🏜️🏞️ Aug 9
. Please support and co-sponsor the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act (S. 827 and H.R. 1321). This science-based bill would protect some of the wildest and habitat left in America.
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Ali Van Zee Aug 6
Protect the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness and threatened grizzly bears, lynx and bull trout from a huge copper and silver mine! As an equal owner of our , I'm opposed to the Montanore Mine and urge you to select the “No Action” alternative.
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Badger2Medicine Jul 31
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Tom Forbes 10h
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WildWest Institute Jun 27
“In the absence of clear standards and guidelines, many of us in the environmental community remain skeptical, to say the least, to allowing widespread mountain biking use in the grizzly-occupied backcountry.” - Jake Kreilick,
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Public Land Lover Aug 7
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Adirondack Council Aug 2
| If you would like to see additional funding for more personnel and enforcement as part of a comprehensive plan to prevent overuse in the Adirondack Park, sign our petition.
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Wilderness Watch 11h
Here's a wild fact about the importance of forests if we want to fight : In just one year, an acre of trees absorbs the amount of CO2 produced from driving a car 26,000 miles!
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Wilderness Watch 12h
Stand together with 150 and groups from around the country and tell your U.S. senators to reject a GOP bill that would weaken and amend the Wilderness Act to allow bikes and other human-powered machines in Wilderness:
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Julia Salazar 12h
The Adirondack Park is the largest publicly protected park in the contiguous US. Today we took a hike in the park with Adirondack Council and learned more about the push to . BIG thanks to the for showing us around Lake George and Moxham Mountain!
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Wilderness Watch 14h
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Wilderness Watch 17h
Congress designated the Bosque del Apache Wilderness in 1975. All of this Wilderness is located in New Mexico and is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as the wildest part of the 57,191-acre Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. 📸: John Bertrand
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Wilderness Watch 19h
Get the latest news about America's National Wilderness Preservation System – and our efforts to – right here:
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