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The Wilderness Society Public Lands Curriculum: The Wilderness Society and the Avarna Group, working with Indigenous consultants Daisy Purdy, Honor Keeler, Dr. Rae Gould and Yufna Soldier Wolf, has published a teaching curriculum for helping educators, youth leaders and even government agencies share the full story of public lands.
Whose land grab is it? And whose job is it to protect public lands? Explore President Trump’s decision to dramatically cut back the size of two national monuments in Utah last week with your students.
Gwich'in Steeing Committee: Protecting The Sacred Place Where Life Begins - the birthing grounds of the Porcupine Caribou Herd and the future of the Gwich\'in way of life.
Utah Diné Bikéyah:Utah Diné Bikéyah works toward healing of people and the Earth by supporting indigenous communities in protecting their culturally significant, ancestral lands.
Oregon Wild: Oregon Wild works to protect and restore Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife and waters as an enduring legacy for future generations.
Protect Our Winters: POW helps passionate outdoor people protect the places and lifestyles they love from climate change.
The Wilderness Society: The Wilderness Society is an American non-profit land conservation organization that is dedicated to protecting natural areas and federal public lands in the United States.
Alaska Wilderness League: Alaska Wilderness League galvanizes support to secure vital policies that protect and defend America’s last great wild public lands and waters.
National Public Lands Day: National Public Lands Day is celebrated annually on public lands in the United States on the fourth Saturday of September.