Winter Wildlands Alliance works with 40 grassroots groups throughout the country to protect winter wildlands and a quality human-powered snowsports experience on public lands. Listed below are member groups of Winter Wildlands Alliance’s Grassroots Network. Contact the group near you to learn more about how to get involved. Interested in joining the network as a grassroots group? Click here for details on how to join.
This week, we are hosting our 8th Biennial Grassroots Advocacy Conference in Boise, Idaho, and we couldn’t be more excited. It’s an opportunity to learn and to share alongside people who are passionate about public lands, recreation, the great outdoors, and wild places.
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The Trump Administration proposes to allow logging on the Tongass National Forest and exempt it from the Roadless Rule, stripping protections from old growth forests that are vital to the fight against climate change.
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It’s joining a far-reaching movement of backcountry skiers, riders, and snow people who are passionate about untouched lines of snow, who find meditative enjoyment on the skin track, whose best days last not from first to last chair but from sunup to sundown.
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A new access point and route will provide backcountry skiers a more direct way to access backcountry terrain in the Bridger Mountains, National Forest lands, and the terrain around Bradley’s Meadow and Wolverine Bowl in Montana.