The Stash Blog

Our Alliance Has Spoken

We asked, you answered: here are the results from our membership survey. We’re grateful that you feel we help you protect your backyard and national winter wildlands. And we’re grateful you trust us to continue doing so. We don’t take it lightly.

December 2021 Policy Update

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In this month's policy update, we share what our grassroots groups have accomplished this season and all the ways our Alliance network has kept winter wild.

Protect the Boundary Waters: Comment by Jan 19, 2022

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We need you to weigh in and let the BLM know why it’s important to protect the Boundary Waters by Jan 19!

SnowSchool Educator Training at the National Flagship Site

Last week marked the first on-snow training event of the season for educators at the National Flagship SnowSchool Site.

November 2021 Policy Update

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In this month's policy update, we check in on the Shoshone National Forest Draft Travel Plan, the new Outdoor Recreation Act, a NEPA update, and Grand Mesa-Uncompahgre Forest Plan Revision.

SnowSchool and STEM

How a K-12 SnowSchool site in Idaho City, ID is recharging their curriculum with outdoor learning and STEM-accredited programming.

Wild Winter Gift Guide 2021

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An alternate land acknowledgement. Our goal at WWA is to keep you informed of opportunities to participate and make it as easy as possible to engage when it matters most for our public lands.

NEPA News: Phase 1 Restoration and What It Means for Wild Winters

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The Biden Administration will move forward with reviving portions of the regulation that requires federal environmental reviews. Wild winters stand to win with more environmental review and climate-conscious alternatives to proposed projects on public lands.

Last Chance to Comment on the Shoshone National Forest Travel Plan

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Shoshone National Forest holds virtual public meetings on Draft Travel Plan before November 18th comment deadline.