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Save Moose Mountain
Help us stop corporate ski resort expansion onto public lands in Minnesota! WWA, alongside grassroots group Superior Highland Backcountry, are advocating for “no action” on this proposed ski area expansion and asking the Forest Service to deny the special use permit request in entirety. All public lands users across the country can submit their comments.
Embrace the “Brr”!
The 17th annual season of the Backcountry Film Festival is coming to the outdoors near you! This season, we want everyone to “embrace the brr,” which means embracing everything we love about winter: playing in the snow, outdoor adventure, and great stories that come from long days spent in the skin track and in the backcountry.
Policy Update – September 2021
With our Policy Director out on sabbatical, our Advocacy Director fills in to discuss the latest in DC, Save Moose Mountain, and our newest Trail Break newsletter.
What do you think of our work?
At Winter Wildlands Alliance, we consider you a partner in our work. We value your thoughts, ideas and advice. That’s why we’re asking you to share your input by taking our survey. Submit your survey before the end of the month to be entered to win a huge winter prize package!
Is it snowing where you are?
Twelve weeks of our SnowSchool at Home curriculum is available and at your service… and did we mention, FREE?! Last winter’s series of outdoor SnowSchool activities and snow science experiments can be enjoyed in your backyard, local park, or up in the mountains in the fresh snow. Each activity has a short introductory video and a corresponding activity/curriculum guide provided.
Wild Winter Events
The Backcountry Film Festival is back in-person and virtual! Find your local screening via our tour schedule here.
“⚡ ACTION UPDATE ⚡According to the Utah Department of Transportation (@utahtransportation / UDOT), they received 13,000 submissions during the public comment period for the EIS (environmental impact statement) on how to combat traffic in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah.”
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