What is a Broadband?
Broadbands are member-run regional or local chapters across the country formed around Broads’ mission to preserve and protect wilderness and wild lands.
Have Fun Doing Serious Work
Broadbands are focused on education, advocacy, outreach, and collaborative stewardship projects—and humor and joy play a fundamental role in our work. Broadband members share stories, experiences, and passions; creating deep connections to each other and the earth that lead to stronger Broadbands and stronger advocacy.
These activities include:
- Educational events, lectures, films, or book clubs.
- Stewardship projects to monitor and collect data, build/maintain trails, remove invasive plants, etc.
- Attending public meetings, writing letters, organizing or participating in protests or rallies.
- Working with land management agencies and political leaders.
- Representing Broads at local events, making presentations, and attending gatherings.
- Hikes, happy hours, and road trips.
- Hosting local Broadwalk or Broadwork events.