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Podcast: Executive Director Shelley Silbert and Board Co-Chair Rynda Clark Discuss Broads’ History

Bozeman Broadband Speaks Out Against USFS Timber Plan Near Yellowstone

Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants

Robin Wall Kimmerer, 2020

Raise Your Voice in Support of Gray Wolves!

This is custom heading element Throughout the late 19th- and 20th centuries, a war was waged in the United States against the gray wolf and it was nearly hunted into extinction. At one point in history, the gray wolf population in the lower 48 states dropped to as low as roughly 300 during the early [...]

Great Old Broads for Wilderness Awarded Climate Action Grant from Aspiration

Great Old Broads for Wilderness Selected to Receive Climate Action Grant from Aspiration DURANGO, CO—Great Old Broads for Wilderness (Broads) is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a $10,000 grant to continue their nationwide woman-led grassroots advocacy and educational work highlighting the link between public lands and climate change. Broads is among a […]

Great Old Broads for Wilderness Applauds Restoration of National Monuments

Great Old Broads for Wilderness Applauds Restoration of National Monuments DURANGO, CO—Great Old Broads for Wilderness applauds the Biden administration’s restoration of Bears Ears National Monument, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and Northeast Canyons and Seamounts National Monument to their original boundaries and protection status. This move is vital to protect the beauty, biodiversity, innumerable historic […]

Old Broads Take On Old Dams

There’s a new face — one “of a certain age” — joining the Pacific Northwest’s decades-long salmon wars and advocating for tearing down dams.

2021—The MAINE Reason to Act Broadwalk

2021 — May the Forest Be With You Broadwalk

70 Groups Formally Petition to Re-list Wolves as “Endangered” Throughout the West

70 Groups Formally Petition to Re-list Wolves as “Endangered” Throughout the West HAILEY, Ida. – Citing “inadequate regulatory mechanisms” in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, and a lack of minimum viable populations of wolves in all other western states, a coalition of 70 conservation, Indigenous, and animal welfare groups today filed a formal petition with the […]