Adirondack Legends Remembered
- PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Whitney, Steve // Wilderness Society's Quarterly Newsletter;Summer99, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p5
Focuses on the protection efforts for roadless lands in Washington. List of the candidates for enlistment in the National Wilderness Preservation System; Enumeration of threats to the land areas; Involvement of local conservation groups in the area.
- A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT. Meadows, William H. // Wilderness Society's Quarterly Newsletter;Winter99/2000, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p2
Commends the cooperation of conservationists in saving wilderness areas in the North America. Contributions of different conservation groups; Reliance on the knowledge of local lands and politics brought from campaigns; Plan to inform the Forest Service on the importance of maintaining national...
- Saving Pieces of the Golden State. Wille, Chris // Audubon;May88, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p129
Reports on the efforts of conservationists to raise funds to purchase and preserve wilderness areas in California. Amount of funds targeted by local conservationists.
- FOUR CORNERS STATES. Eaton, Pam // Wilderness Society's Quarterly Newsletter;Summer99, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p4
Focuses on the campaign of environmentalists to protect the wilderness in New Mexico. Cooperation between The Wildlife Society and New Mexico Wilderness Alliance; Identification of El Malpais as an endangered land; Relevance of the Peloncillo Mountains to endangered species.
- BRAHMS SYMPHONIES AND THE HERMIT THRUSH. Heacox, Kim; Lentfer, Henry // Wilderness;Winter2000, p20
Focuses on conservationists' efforts to protect public lands in Alaska. Vulnerability of Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge to development and industrialization; Increased pressures on wilderness areas; Decline of essence of wilderness.
- PAYING TRIBUTE TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEROES. // Wilderness;Winter2000, p39
Pays tribute to several conservationists in the United States. Wilderness Society's recognition of citizens who have gone above and beyond in their efforts to protect wildlands and wildlife in the country; Selection of Clarence Petty as winner of the 1999 Robert Marshall Award; Ansel Adams...
- Wilderness Fever Is Spreading Far and Wide. // Wilderness Society's Quarterly Newsletter;Summer99, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p1
Focuses on the increasing awareness on wilderness preservation in the United States. Efforts of different preservation groups to advocate wild land protection; Details on the Wilderness Society; Involvement of the Bill Clinton Administration; Information on the National Wilderness Preservation...
- A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT. Meadows, William H. // Wilderness Society's Quarterly Newsletter;Summer99, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p2
Details the efforts of The Wilderness Society to promote wilderness protection in the United States. Difficulties encountered by conservation groups to protect wild lands; Enlistment of private citizens in the campaign against wilderness development; Enumeration of grassroots partners of the...
- NORTHERN ROCKIES. Ekey, Bob // Wilderness Society's Quarterly Newsletter;Summer99, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p5
Assesses the protection efforts for unprotected roadless forest areas in Montana. Details on the forest area; Coalition of conservation groups for the preservation effort; Impact of the alliance on environmental and local economies.