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WLP's Colleagues

We are privileged to work with many organizations, large and small, to keep public land public. Our cooperative work with colleagues amplifies our effectiveness and theirs. Here are links to some of the many organizations we work with.

National / Regional

Alliance for the Wild Rockies

Californians for Western Wilderness

Center for Biological Diversity

Great Old Broads for Wilderness

Heartwood

Living Rivers

National Parks Conservation Association

Native Forest Council

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility

Public Lands Foundation

River Runners For Wilderness

Save America's Forests

Solar Done Right

Taxpayers for Common Sense

Western Mining Action Network

Western Watersheds Project

Wild Wilderness

Wilderness Watch

Wildlands CPR

WildWest Institute

Alaska

Sitka Conservation Society

Arizona

Maricopa Audubon Society

Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter

California

Desert Protective Council

Keep the Sespe Wild

Klamath Forest Alliance

Sierra Club Toiyabe Chapter Range of Light Group

Colorado

Colorado Wild

Idaho

Friends of the Clearwater

Idaho Wildlife Federation

Kootenai Environmental Alliance

Selkirk Conservation Alliance

Montana

Swan View Coalition

Nevada

Great Basin Resource Watch

Nevada Environmental Coalition

Sierra Club Toiyabe Chapter

New Mexico

Forest Guardians

Wildwatershed.org

Oregon

Center for Environmental Equity

Umpqua Watersheds

Utah

Save Our Canyons

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance

Utah Environmental Congress

Washington

Gifford Pinchot Task Force

North Cascades Conservation Council

Olympic Forest Coalition

The Lands Council

Wyoming

Biodiversity Conservation Alliance

Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance

Our Latest Newsletter

Western Lands Update, Volume 18, Number 1

Including:

Farm Bill Opens up Millions of Acres to Fast-Track Logging • House Republicans still don't like public land • Congress nullifies court decision on rebuilt structure in Wilderness

Read it…

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