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.
By Cindy Farny, High Camp Hut, Telluride CO
For nine years, with the help of Winter Wildlands Alliance, Cindy Farny worked to protect this special backcountry skiing area for generations to come.
I have spent the last nine years working to…
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Maps are important advocacy tools, providing us a way to clearly show the Forest Service how we access and explore the backcountry, helping to make the case during current forest planning efforts for protecting important non-motorized recreation areas.
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Montana - Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest Winter Travel Planning
The Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest (BDNF) is taking another look at how it manages motorized winter use under its 2009 Forest Plan and is considering amending the…
California - Lassen National Forest Winter Travel Planning
The Lassen National Forest recently published a draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) as part of their winter travel management planning process. This document compares different…