Three women set sail on a 350 mile expedition through Alaska’s massive Tongass National Forest, exploring how clear-cut logging in this coastal rainforest could affect wildlife, local communities, and our planet’s climate.
Date Posted: Mar 21, 2021
Date Posted: Nov 25, 2020
The WMS 2021 Winter Conference is going virtual, February 21-25! Our summer conference was wildly successful in the virtual format, and we are excited to bring you a fantastic learning opportunity amidst the current uncertainty due to COVID-19.
Date Posted: Oct 28, 2020
This essay, written especially for Patagonia by Terry Tempest Williams, will appear in the new paperback version of “Erosion: Essays of Undoing,” by Terry Tempest Williams published this fall by Picador. Artwork by Rhiannon Klee
Date Posted: Jun 21, 2020
Date Posted: Mar 29, 2020
Right now we all need a dose of humor and a doese of Nature.
Date Posted: Jul 14, 2019
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” Jane Goodall
Date Posted: May 12, 2019
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
Date Posted: May 05, 2019
Love mountain biking? We sure do, and we’re glad to have so many great trails open to us all over the country. That’s why, whenever we hit the trails, we’re careful to follow these Leave No Trace tips.
Date Posted: Apr 21, 2019
‘Space to Roam’ is a film inspired by all the unique structures, patterns, and overall “otherworldly” landscapes found in Southwestern America’s public lands in hopes of protecting them. This project is dedicated to the people who preserve the history of and protect our public lands.
Date Posted: Mar 24, 2019
Just north of the Arctic Circle, the Gwich’in people are fighting to protect the lands and caribou from oil and gas development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—a place that has provided them with a rich and bountiful existence since time immemorial.