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  • From hardware to software

    The wilderness movement owes much of its beginning to a man few people remember: a one-time Montana rancher and hardware store owner named Cecil Garland.

  • Get off and walk – wilderness is for wildlife

    One mountain-biker and wilderness activist believes there are places where his beloved bike doesn’t belong, and that wilderness is one of them.

  • Save wild connections

    "Places of the Wild: A Wildlands Anthology" is reviewed.

  • Montana's Rocky Mountain Front: Sell It or Save It?

    The writer makes an impassioned plea to save Montana's Rocky Mountain Front from oil and gas leasing.

  • Lost and found study

    Lost report that shows wilderness could benefit Utah surfaces at the statehouse

  • The Chapman saga continues

    U.S. Forest Service's land trade with developer Tom Chapman signed, but Telluride neighbors ask injunction to prevent development.

  • A wilderness rates one official boss

    Forest Service centralizes management of Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness to save costs.

  • A crowded Washington wilderness gets ugly

    Activist Martha Hall accuses area outfitters of trashing northern Washington's Pasayten Wilderness, which has been discovered and overrun by recreationists.

  • A wide-angled wilderness

    The proposed Wild Sky Wilderness Area northeast of Seattle could be a model for future wilderness designations, based on its diversity of tourism-based opportunities along with good environmental stewardship.

  • Snowy middle ground

    Wilderness advocates and snowmobile enthusiasts are working together in Montana to find enough room in the landscape to accommodate both their passions

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