Gila Wilderness
November 30, 2018

Destructive Grazing Threatens Gila and Blue Range Wildernesses

Wilderness Watch is pressing the Forest Service (FS) to drop its ill-advised proposal to re-authorize commercial livestock grazing on over a quarter million acres in the Gila and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests in Arizona and New Mexico, including the Gila and Blue Range Wildernesses, the Blue Range Primitive Area, and two congressionally established wilderness study areas. These rugged and wild landscapes are home to a host of threatened and endangered species, including Mexican wolves,… Read more...
Bear and cub
September 30, 2018

Cruel Hunting Practices may be Reinstated on National Preserves in Alaska

Wilderness Watch is fighting the Trump Administration’s proposal to bring cruel “hunting” practices back to our National Preserves in Alaska. Former Secretary of the Interior Zinke proposed to roll back a 2015 National Park Service rule banning some unethical practices on 19 million acres of National Preserves in Alaska, which includes millions of acres of Wilderness.

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Olympic goats
August 27, 2018

Leave the Cascades and Olympic Wildernesses Be

On August 27, Wilderness Watch submitted a formal Objection to the Forest Service on its draft Record of Decision Mountain Goat Management Plan/EIS for Olympic National Park and the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. The agency, cooperating with the National Park Service, plans to move a few hundred goats to Wildernesses in the Cascades, and will eventually kill about another 300 that can’t be caught.  Read more...

No Permanent Firebreaks in the Ventana Wilderness

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Arctic Refuge in Grave Peril


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Keep Cows out of the Hoover Wilderness

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WW Opposes Structures and Helicopter Intrusions in Wildernesses

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Wilderness Community Unites to Keep Bike Ban in Wilderness

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Alpine Lakes Wilderness Threatened by Thirsty Chelan County

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Wilderness and Mining Don't Mix

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A Good Decision for the Charles C. Deam Wilderness

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WW Sues to Stop Road Through Izembek Wilderness

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Sulfide Mines Threaten Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

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No Helicopter-Assisted Game-Farming Project in Wasatch Wildernesses

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Commercial Spaceport Threatens Cumberland Island Wilderness

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Remove Pemigewasset Wilderness Bridge

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Wilderness Watch Opposes Human Meddling in Boundary Waters

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Let the Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness Be

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National Monument "Review" Threatens Wilderness

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Allow Natural Recovery of Grizzlies in the North Cascades

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Time to Close Airstrips in River of No Return Wilderness

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World's First Wilderness Area Under Attack

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Visitor Permit System Coming to Central Cascades Wildernesses

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Commercial Use Threatens Pasayten and Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wildernesses

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Victory for River of No Return Wilderness and its Wildlife

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BLM Drops Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness Juniper Project

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Kootznoowoo Wilderness Spared an Airport

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WW Urges a Wilder Yosemite and Mt. Rainer Wilderness

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Park Service Should Protect Nation’s Largest Wilderness

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Utah Public Lands Initiative Guts Wilderness Protections

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Victory for six Owyhee Wildernesses in Idaho!

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It’s Time to Remove Domestic Sheep in the High Uintas Wilderness

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Congress Allows Unethical Killing in Wildlife Refuges in Alaska

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Military Drops Plans to Land Helicopters in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness

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Another Building Boom in the Olympics

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Forest Service Proposes Logging and Burning Wildernesses in Arizona

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Wilderness Watch Blocks Hundreds of Helicopter Landings in Arizona

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Wilderness Watch Votes for Nature's Way

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