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Together we can protect public lands, now and forever.
Each day thousands of acres of wild places are lost to mining, drilling, logging and other development. But we don't have to give it all away. Together, we can save our wildest lands for future generations.
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Racist or offensive names persist in U.S. parks; new plan confronts them
There is just one hope of repulsing the tyrannical ambition of civilization to conquer every niche on the whole earth. That hope is the organization of spirited people who will fight for the freedom of the wilderness.
Bob Marshall Founder of The Wilderness SocietyOur History