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


Farewell Chlorophyll

By Charlie Smillie, Wilderness Ranger In my time as a Wilderness Ranger, the forests and trails have been companion and muse: Farewell Chlorophyll. Farewell to the long evening dusk. Mornings of warm air, muggy afternoon thunderstorms no more. The swimming hole, the basking in the sun but a fond remembrance. Until sweet blooms, cut grass […]

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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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