Here you’ll find recent news stories related to Broads


Great Old Broads for Wolves

Join Broads on a Broadwalk event in Colorado’s South San Juan Wilderness. Learn about Broads as they explore the reintroduction of wolves and the importance of connecting wild habitat.

Sheley Silbert on Rim Drive Durango RGB

Southwest Discovered

Meet Broads’ Executive Director, Shelley Silbert in this interview with Southwest Discovered.

Photo by Dan Heaton

Silver City Broads Speak Out Against Border Wall

Co-leader of the Silver City Broad Band and former district attorney Mary Lynne Newell  spoke about the border wall’s destructive impact on wildlife connections.


Go Adventure Mom Interview Podcast 

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.


Montezuma Broadband Makes Lemonade Out of Lemons

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!


The Great Outdoors: Great Old Broads for Wilderness

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.

Other recent news

Montezuma County activists protest shrinking of monuments

Members of the Great Old Broads for Wilderness and other activist groups gathered at Canyons of the Ancients National Monument on Saturday to protest the shrinking of another monument.

Trump Slashes Size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Monuments

President Trump sharply reduced the size of two national monuments in Utah on Monday by some two million acres, the largest rollback of federal land protection in the nation’s history…

LTE: Encourage Congress to protect our public lands and their economic benefit

I was part of a contingent of Great Old Broads for Wilderness advocating for conserving our public lands and protecting environmental laws.

From the archives

BLM’s methane rule draws supporters in Durango

Nearly 100 people gathered to show support for a new methane rule facing revocation under the Trump administration…

Lawsuit Filed against Agencies for Withholding Info on Nat’l Monuments

For months, agencies have repeatedly failed to answer the public’s Freedom of Information Act requests…

ATV Protest Ride: Appeals Court Upholds Convictions

A federal appeals court on Monday affirmed the convictions of two men who organized an ATV protest into closed parts of Recapture Canyon.

Gifford Pinchot National Forest benefits from local engagement by volunteer foresters

Laurie Kerr has volunteered for about eight or nine years with Great Old Broads for Wilderness’ Portland-Vancouver chapter. She got involved after reading…