News & Events

NC’s Natural Treasures: 50 Years of Staying Wild

Read all about it!  Correspondent Delene Beeland interviewed The Wilderness Society’s SAWS Program Director, Bill Hodge for an article titled NC’s Natural Treasures: 50 Years of Staying Wild, which appeared in the Raleigh News & Observer today.

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 Dispatches from the Field


Reflections of Wilderness

  By Emily Patton, Crew Member Citico Creek, Shining Rock, Iron Mountain, Joyce Kilmer, and the Black Mountains. All of which have provided some of the most challenging and equally rewarding experiences in my life. Being a girly girl who enjoys good personal hygiene and the comfort of indoor “necessities,” I am always so surprised […]

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The Wilderness Society

The Wilderness Society

SAWS is a project of The Wilderness Society, dedicated to providing stewardship to areas designated and managed as Wilderness on our public lands.
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