Wilderness

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Wilderness

Large backcountry areas lacking roads, communication and other modern infrastructure.
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Disagreeing that the wilderness has become an image of "Mother Nature," a synonym for the role of "the protectress, the provider, the nurturer" in the imaginations of radical white male environmentalists, ecofeminist Linda Vance is suspicious of such gendered nature metaphors by questioning, "I think about all this as I hike through the woods: no man's mother, or wife, or virgin, but merely a bad and unruly broad, am I safe?
Maurine Neuberger, who served only one full term, which included the year The Wilderness Act was first enacted.
In recent years, amalgamated programmes have united under the auspices of groups such as the Wilderness Medical Society (WMS, www.
Such federally designated wilderness includes lands designated pursuant to the Wilderness Act of 1964 and managed by one of four federal agencies: the US Forest Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), the US National Park Service (NPS), and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
Baltich guides participants to discover that they actually can paint, survive spotty smartphone coverage and be inspired by the wilderness experience comfortably.
From the wilderness mountaintop, the "end of nature" can now be clearly seen.
His call galvanized founding of The Wilderness Society in 1935.
September 2014 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
Recreational fishing and hunting are important and vital recreational activities on our federal public lands," concludes the Wilderness Society, "but the anti-Wilderness provisions of H.
OTC Bulletin Board: FRNTQ), a US-based airline holding company, has announced a partnership with The Wilderness Society, a US-based public-lands conservation organisation to protect wilderness in the US.
Baird Callicott and Holmes Rolston III, the debate over the wilderness idea actually has older roots.
Harvey Broome, co-founder of The Wilderness Society, once said, "If we lose wilderness, we lose forever the knowledge of what the world was and what it might, with understanding and loving husbandry, yet become.