What Does Wilderness Mean — and What Does It Take to Protect It? The Revelator asks five questions of Shelley Silbert, executive director of the advocacy group Great Old Broads for Wilderness.
Great Old Broads join Mountain Studies Institute for Citizen Science in action to monitor bighorn sheep in the Middle Mountain area.
The Grant County Commission tabled a resolution at their meeting which would have strongly opposed the Trump administration’s plans to construct a wall along the length of the U.S. border with Mexico.
Growing population, tourism, and natural beauty are creating logjams at C. Oregon wilderness trailheads and causing habitat damage.
A split Grant County Commission passed a resolution to request that the Gila National Forest designate a new stretch of road along Bear Creek open for motorized use.
Rynda Clark, co-leader of the Central Oregon Bitterbrush Broadband of the Great Old Broads bumbles with Oregon Wild.
As national forest leaders consider quotas for local wilderness areas, some local wilderness advocates weigh in.
The Ochoco National Forest has released a plan for a 137-mile trail system specifically for off-highway vehicles.
Seattleite Raelene Gold of “Great Old Broads for Wilderness” is ramping up efforts in the age of Trump.
They’re the kind of women who actually don’t mind being called “broads.” Brian Jennings introduces us to the Central Oregon chapter of the Great Old Broads for Wilderness.
We’re tough. We thrive in difficult environments, and as a group we have some things in common, but we’re also diverse and we’re not going away!
Here at Go Adventure Mom, we love finding ways to adventure outdoors. It’s important that we all play a role in preserving and protecting nature, and Great Old Broads for Wilderness are helping to do just that.
Meet Broads’ Executive Director, Shelley Silbert in this interview with Southwest Discovered.
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