2. These woods, made famous by Thoreau, are now part of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument.
4. Studies show nature walks can reduce this: Stress
The Appalachian Trail is one of the most celebrated trails for this activity. Hiking
9. Important habitat for the Porcupine Caribou Herd. Arctic Refuge
Owner of 640 million acres of American public lands. You
Current President of The Wilderness Society. Jamie Williams
He signed the answer to 8 Down into law in 1906. Roosevelt
Our recent phone briefing discussed the importance of protecting the Land and Water Conservation Fund before it expires in September.
18. Known as "The Bob," this fifth largest wilderness in the contiguous 48, is named for this founder of The Wilderness Society and namesake for our legacy society. Robert Marshall


1. A pair of buttes in Southern Utah gives this monument its furry name. Bears Ears
. This bird is known as one of nature's great dancers. Sage Grouse
With your help, we are protecting our wild for the next generation.
7. The Wilderness Society has identified 15 places that are just Too Wild to Drill.
8. Authorizes the president to protect landmarks by designating them as National Monuments. Antiquities Act.
10. This book by Terry Tempest Williams is an ode to our national parks. The Hour of Land
President Johnson signed an Act into law in 1968 to protect Wild & Scenic Rivers.
14. Secretary of the Interior who recommended drastic cuts to Grand Staircase-Escalate National Monument. Zinke
This president designated more monuments than any other president with 26. Obama

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