Winter Wildlands Alliance works with more than 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.
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Public Comment Period Closes November 1, 2018!
The 5.4-million-acre Chugach National Forest in southcentral Alaska, America’s most northerly national forest, is currently revising its outdated 2002 Land Management…
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Support protections for important non-motorized recreation zones and wildlife on the Stanislaus National Forest. Comment deadline is Tuesday October 9!
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Historic public lands funding near death, barriers to logging the Tongass under attack, and protections for ski and snowshoe zones at risk in the Sierra.
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