We all experience moments of uncertainty. But the mountains teach us to lean into our challenges with curiosity, openness, care, and compassion. Now, as COVID-19 washes through our communities, our homes, our thoughts, and our bodies, this is a skill that we need more than ever. This is one we need to lean into.

Winter Wildlands Alliance is hiring! We are a tight team dedicated to our work and looking to add a new position to the roster! The position is based in Boise—no remote or telecommuting options. This search closes April 8, 2020.

WWA’s grassroots partner, El Sendero Ski and Snowshoe Club, is fighting a massive resort development at Mission Ridge in Wenatchee, WA. Read more to find out how to help!

We understand the seriousness and impact of the current COVID-19 situation and have taken steps as an organization to be the best citizens we can be. The Winter Wildlands Alliance office in Boise is currently closed until further notice to protect our team and the collective community and our full staff is currently working remotely with flexible hours, virtual meetings, and engaging via technology instead of face to face.

The epicenter of a tragic wildfire in 1910, the Great Burn has been left alone for a century of regrowth. Today, it is a recommended wilderness area along the Montana-Idaho stateline with an abundance of wildlife habitat. As the Forest Service rewrites the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest Plan, the Great Burn needs continued protection.