Episode 7 of the Aspen Real Life Podcast with Will Roush, Conservation Director for Wilderness Workshop
Will joined the Workshop in the summer of 2009 to inventory lands for the Hidden Gems Wilderness Proposal. Currently he works as an organizer and advocate for our efforts to designate additional wilderness and protect the Thompson Divide from gas development.
The Wilderness Workshop is the conservation watchdog of the White River National Forest and adjacent federal public lands. To find out more information or to support this organization, head to wildernessworkshop.org
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More about WILDERNESS WORKSHOP
The Wilderness Workshop is the conservation watchdog of nearly 3 million acres of public lands in western Colorado. Using science, the law and grassroots activism, WW works to keep the White River National Forest and nearby BLM lands more or less “as is” and, where possible, to restore wildness to this nationally important landscape.
Founded in 1967, the Wilderness Workshop has earned a national reputation for passionate advocacy, grassroots effectiveness, and scientific authority. Click here to learn more!