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Whether you prefer to ski on a bluebird day or seek out those snowstorms (or you love a good balance of both), it’s clear we all love a day out in the snow. Please take the next step and become a member of our Alliance. We are skiers and snowboarders. Snowshoers and mountaineers. Dog sledders and fat bike riders. We are YOU and we give a voice to solitude together. Join us to celebrate winter, take action, and keep winter wild.
Partnering with Nature: Climate Solutions from the Ground Up
No matter how quickly we turn to renewable energy, the effects of climate change are already upon us. Our winters, snowy landscapes, and all things dependent on them, face the brunt of these impacts. Read more from author Kayla Heidenreich on nature-based climate solutions.
Don’t Forget: 50% Off
We are clearing out our merch shelves! Everything on our web store is 50% off now through June 30. All proceeds go directly back into our work to protect America’s snowscapes.
Help us clear out our web store to raise funds in support of our work and bring in new products for you next season! If we sell out on everything in our shop, we will raise $3,000 directly for wild winters.
Use code “LET-IT-SNOW” to get 50% off today!
Join Our Team
Winter Wildlands Alliance is hiring! We are a tight team dedicated to our work and looking to add an Operations Coordinator to the roster. Applications open May 26 and the position is open until filled. For strongest consideration please submit your application by June 15.
How to Use Your Voice for Wild Winters
We often ask you to take action by submitting your comment to the US Forest Service, BLM, or other government agencies. But what kind of comments make the most impact? Here’s our guide to making a difference when commenting on federal agency actions to benefit your wild winter experience and America’s snowscapes!
Member Profile: Marla Fox
Advocate, Conservation Attorney, Mother, Winter Wildlands Alliance Member based in Carson, WA: Marla Fox shares her connection to our work and why it matters.
SnowSchool Season Wrap-Up
After a winter full of fun and snowy outdoor explorations, our latest SnowSchool season is a wrap!
Policy Update – May 2023
In our latest policy update, we share our virtual member meeting, an update on Alaska’s Ambler Road, a recent report on nature-based climate solutions, and welcome our latest grassroots group.
“What will we do with our privilege? Winter Wildlands Executive Director, David Page @dtpage, explores this question in relation to our work to protect America’s snowscapes in our latest Trail Break. Read the full message at our Stash blog!”