Under the guise of “modernization” and “streamlining,” the Trump White House has put big industry in charge of environmental decisionmaking—and to cut the public and science out of the process. We need to make sure reversing the attack on NEPA is a top priority for the incoming Biden Administration.
Our public lands – millions of acres of forests, mountains, rivers, and plains – are a part of who we are. They exist for the good of all, not the profit of a few. But powerful special interests inside the government and beyond are waging an aggressive campaign to undermine and even sell off public lands all across the west for short-term private gain.
Use our Bill Tracker to learn more about legislation in Congress that affects public lands and contact the Members who represent you in D.C.
As the popularity of outdoor recreation and use of public lands increases, funding for the Forest Service and other land management agencies has not kept up. Read our full report and take action today! As the popularity of outdoor recreation and use of public lands increases, funding for the Forest....
From #WWAMember, Caryn: “The experience of skiing in the backcountry is precious. Powering my body uphill through untracked snow, I hear only my breath and the slide of my skis. My brain is quiet; my muscles wide awake. I feel strong, at peace, and completely one with the natural world. What a gift!”Join Caryn and our Alliance as a member and support moments like this for years to come. Become a member today: winterwildlands.org/membership!📷 Caryn📍 On the ancestral lands of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Ute and other Nations#keepwinterwild#winterwildlandsalliance[Photo description: A skier pauses on their climb to look out on the snow-covered lands below.] ... See MoreSee Less
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As the popularity of outdoor recreation and use of public lands increases, funding for the Forest Service and other land management agencies has not kept up. Read our full report and take action today!
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https://winterwildlands.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Manti-La-Sal-NF-Utah_PC-John-Buie-via-Flickr.jpeg6671000Melinda Quickhttps://winterwildlands.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/WWA_Logo_OrangeBlue-300x89.pngMelinda Quick2021-03-30 09:51:072021-03-30 09:56:35Take the Survey for Manti-La Sal National Forest
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Let’s not sit this one out! If you think you might have something better to do on November 3 this year, like skiing four inches of blower pow on granite or maintaining social distancing and avoiding polling places, make sure you contact your county registrar and line yourself up with a mail-in ballot, fill it out, and get it in! Then go trash your skis, knowing that you did your part to keep your country off the rocks.