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Conservation Organizations’ Objection to Hundreds of Helicopter Landings in Tonto National Forest Wilderness Upheld: 2/5/15
Lawsuit Threatened to Protect Imperiled Bull Trout from Airstrip Expansion in Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness: 8/14
State Sponsored Wolf Killing Ends in Idaho: 1/14
Conservationists Ask Court to Halt Wolf Extermination in One of Nation's Premiere Wilderness Areas: 1/14
Wildernesses Along Northern Border at Risk From Border Security Measures: 3/13
Fish and Wildlife Service Denies Alaska’s Wolf Killing Plan: 3/11
Wilderness Watch Co-Hosts Wild & Scenic Film Festival: 12/10
Forever Wild: A Celebration of Wilderness with Walkin' Jim Stoltz: 3/10

Controversial Water Developments Fail to Attract Desert Bighorn in Kofa Wilderness: 9/09
Rod Nash, Author of Wilderness and the American Mind, Speaks in Hamilton September 19: 8/09
Wilderness Watch Files Legal Appeal to Protect Kofa Wilderness: 2/09

News Articles
• [WW LTE] "Straight to the Source," published in the Missoula Independent, 8/18/13
• [WW Op-ed] "America's wilderness vs. Homeland Security," published in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, 3/27/13
• [WW Op-ed] "GOP-backed bill is most serious attack on America's Wilderness Act in history," published in the Christian Science Monitor, 11/30/12
• [WW Op-ed] "Bill to protect lookout would chip away at wilderness protection," published in the Everett Herald, 7/22/12
• [WW Op-ed] Local view: "Sulfide mining threatens BWCA," published in the Duluth News Tribune, 4/18/12
• [WW Letter to the Editor] "Judge Did Right by Wilderness with Green Mountain Lookout," published in the Seattle Post Intelligencer, 4/12/12
• [WW Op-ed] "Maintain the BWCA's 'wilderness' character," Published in the Star Tribune, 9/29/11
• • [WW Op-ed] "We shouldn't let degradation of the wilderness become a legacy of 9/11," Published by Minnesota Public Radio News, 9/11/11
• [WW Letter to the Editor] "Unimak Facts" published in the Fairbanks Daily News Miner, 3/29/11
• [WW Op-ed] My Turn: A bad predator control plan published in the Juneau Empire, 3/82/11
• [WW Letter to the Editor] "Subsistence hunts are rare" published in the Anchorage Daily News, 3/20/11
• [WW Guest Commentary] "New 'lookout' doesn't belong there" published in the Everett Herald, 1/29/11
• [WW Op-ed] "New Green Mountain 'Lookout' has no place in Wilderness" published online in the Seattle Post Intelligencer, 1/25/11
• [WW Op-ed] "Forest Service buckled under pressure to allow IPTV to film" published in the Idaho Statesman, 6/4/10
"Groups: Kofa Refuge bighorns aren't helped by water tanks" by the Arizona Daily Star, 9/17/09
"Montana's place in the big 'W'" by the Missoula Independent, 9/17/09
"Wilderness history expert to speak" by the Ravalli Republic, 9/17/09
"War of Words: Tester bill may rewrite the book on Wilderness" by the Missoula Independent, 9/3/09
• [WW Op-ed] "Forest Service doing right thing on wilderness bridge" published in the Citizen of Laconia, 6/24/09

Forum—The Disappearance of Isle Royale's Wolves: How Should We Respond? Conservation director Kevin Proeschold participated: 6/20/13

Radio Interviews

History Speaks, The Boundary Waters, interviews conservation director Kevin Proescholdt: 5/24/13
• KUFM, Montana Public Radio
interview with Wilderness Watch on the Wild & Scenic Film Festival: 12/10 (starts at 11:30)
• Wilderness Watch commentary on Forest Service commercial filming rules, on KUFM, Montana Public Radio: 7/10 (starts at 24:10)
KUFM, Montana Public Radio interview with Dr. Roderick Nash: 9/09 (starts at 13:35)

Television Interviews
Fox News interview with Board member Howie Wolke regarding the border issue: 7/10

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