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.
by Tom Price,
Jan 29, 2001
One mountain-biker and wilderness activist believes there
are places where his beloved bike doesn’t belong, and that
wilderness is one of them.
by Michael Carroll,
Mar 03, 2003
"Places of the Wild: A Wildlands Anthology" is
by Chip Giller,
May 29, 1995
The writer makes an impassioned plea to save Montana's
Rocky Mountain Front from oil and gas leasing.
by Gene Sentz,
Jun 26, 1995
Lost report that shows wilderness could benefit Utah
surfaces at the statehouse
Jan 24, 1994
U.S. Forest Service's land trade with developer Tom
Chapman signed, but Telluride neighbors ask injunction to prevent
Jun 13, 1994
Forest Service centralizes management of Frank
Church-River of No Return Wilderness to save costs.
Oct 17, 1994
Activist Martha Hall accuses area outfitters of trashing
northern Washington's Pasayten Wilderness, which has been
discovered and overrun by recreationists.
by James Morton Turner,
Dec 17, 2001
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
by Jon Waldman,
Jun 24, 2002
Wilderness advocates and snowmobile enthusiasts are
working together in Montana to find enough room in the landscape to
accommodate both their passions
by Ray Ring,
Mar 06, 2006