50 th Anniversary of Wilderness

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50th Anniversary of Wilderness

A celebration of our wilderness heritage and a look towards the next 50 years of American wilderness

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Who is Wilderness50?

Alaska

Geographic

Alaska

Wilderness LeagueBackcountry Horsemen of AmericaBureau of Land ManagementCalifornians for Western WildernessConservation Lands FoundationFish and Wildlife ServiceForest History SocietyForest ServiceFulcrum Publishing Great Old Broads for WildernessInternational League of Conservation PhotographersInternational League of Conservation WritersLeave No Trace Center for Outdoor EthicsMurie Center

National Park

Service

National

Wilderness Stewardship Alliance

New Mexico Wilderness Alliance

O.A.R.S

. Foundation

Pew Charitable Trusts

Sierra Club

Society for Wilderness Stewardship

University of Idaho

WILD Foundation

Wilderness Institute, University of Montana

Wilderness Land Trust

Wilderness

Society

Wilderness Volunteers

Wilderness Watch

Wildlands Network

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If we don’t know about wilderness, we can’t understand it.

If we don’t understand wilderness, we can’t value it.

If we don’t value wilderness, we have

lost it.

Goal #1: Raise Awareness

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Goal #2: Engage Youth

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Goal #3: Connect the Larger Wilderness Community

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National Trails Day

National Public Lands Day

2012

2015

2013

2014

MOU signing ceremony

50

th

Anniversary website launch

Smithsonian & D.C. Wild. Week

National

Conference

Public photo contest

Social media

Local events

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National Projects/Events

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WILDERNESS

FOREVER

PHOTO CONTEST

Smithsonian Exhibition

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http://www.wilderness50th.org/smithsonian

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Wilderness Week

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Kalispell, MT

Duluth, MN

Anchorage, AK

Albuquerque, NM

Bend, OR

Las Vegas, NV

Jackson, WY

Salt Lake City, UT

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National Wilderness Conference and ‘Get Wild’ Festival

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History

Stewardship

Education

Experience

Civic EngagementScience

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People’s Film Gala

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Diversity speaker Rue Mapp, Outdoor Afro Founder

Leave

No Trace,

packstock

, and survival skills

demonstrations

Crosscut saw competition

Recreational

activities

including

traditional archery hunting, responsible geocaching, and backcountry

cooking

Diversity-focused speakers

C

ampfire

storytellers including long-time outfitters and wilderness

rangers

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articipatory sand art depicting endangered species in wildernessLive music including Native American flute and drumming and Mexican folk

musicAztec Fire dancing

‘Get Wild’ Festival

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Example LNT Station Rendering

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http://www.wilderness50th.org

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Add your event using your email address and “Zahnie1964”

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http://www.wilderness50th.org/toolbox

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Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Flickr

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WildernessEducator

Online Training

Wilderness Investigations

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Local Projects/Events

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Local Planning CoalitionsConvene

Expand coalition beyond Sierra Club and agencies

Select what type(s) of event(s) most desirable for area

Plan away!

Log event information on the map/calendar on www.wilderness50th.org

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Unique and Different Examples of Events/Projects

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ChallengeHow am I going to ensure that the 50

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anniversary is celebrated in my unit/town/office/wilderness?

What’s my “wilderness 50”?

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How to Get InvolvedGet informed

Visit

http://www.wilderness50th.org

regularly

“Sign up for updates” on the 50th home page to receive the 50th email newsletterTake the leadUse the 50th toolbox resources to plan a local event in your community, or get involved with existing planning effortsSpread the wordLike, post, tweet, retweet etc. about wilderness on your facebook page or twitter feedPurchase 50th merchandise (t-shirt, bumper sticker etc.) and show it off

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Questions?

Lisa Ronald

Communications Coordinator

Wilderness50

lisa.ronald@wilderness50th.orghttp://www.wilderness50th.org406-396-3607


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