Wilderness: Reclaiming the Legacy Availalble!
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Wilderness: Reclaiming the Legacy Availalble!

Wilderness: Reclaiming the LegacyWilderness: Reclaiming the Legacy: ¬†America’s National Wilderness Preservation System began in the unprecedented clarity of the 1964 Wilderness Act, sometimes described as nature’s Bill of Rights. Wilderness Watch is pleased to offer a collection of essays and articles entitled, “Wilderness: Reclaiming the Legacy,” where we reset the conversation back to the Act’s prime directive: to maintain and enhance the wilderness character of these rare and intact landscapes. The authors have all served distinguished roles in wilderness protection, from working to pass the Wilderness Act and writing the regulations and policies to implement the law, to advocating for properly protecting Wilderness, in the court and on the ground. All of these voices are laser-sharp defenders of Wilderness and, like you, key supporters of our work. Download the table of contents here.

To order your copy ($5 for members; $10 for non-members), please contact Jeff Smith, WW's membership and development director, at jsmith@wildernesswatch.org or 406.542.2048 x1.

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