Sharing Mountains Without Handrails 1/3

Mountains Without Handrails by Joseph L. Sax (1980) was published the year I was born. I want to introduce the material to anyone who hasn’t read it or has let it sit on the shelf since the eighties. I’ll summarize the introduction chapters one and two in this post.

By Mark L. Douglas

Hiking the Hickory Creek Wilderness

Hickory Creek Wilderness

Experiencing the Power of Wilderness Stewardship: Hiking the Hickory Creek Wilderness in the Allegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania.

By Derrick Taff

New Agreement to Develop Wilderness Stewardship Certificate Program

New agreement to develop Wilderness Certificate Program signed.

Recently the Society executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center (Carhart) and the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands at Indiana University (Eppley) to document cooperation in development of a Wilderness Stewardship Certificate Program.

What Wilderness Means to Me

Wilderness Legal Boundary Sign

My first encounters with wilderness on a professoional level happened mostly by accident.  As an attorney at the US Department of Justice, I litigated some cases involving some wilderness areas.  Later on, as a professor early in my career, I was invited to speak at the Carhart Center on wilderness management issues and how the courts have treated those issues in litigation.

By Peter Appel

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